Spring Waxing Bee Hiving Moon
I have made several entries private and will explain that decision on Sunday. Stay tuned.
The snow has only a few strongholds left in our front yard though the back and the woods still has plenty. The garden behind our patio has daffodil stems through the earth, a bit yellow at the top, then light green, then a darker green. Soon there should be other bulbs breaking through including some I’d forgotten I planted in the orchard.
This is the transition week for our place, when the snow disappears and the greening begins. I’m excited to see the garden come to life. When the bees come, some time after April 23rd, it will feel like the whole gangs back together. I’m hopeful that the orchard will start producing this growing season. We’ll see.
I want to get some more woodchips down right away in the orchard, perhaps in the vegetable garden, too.
It’s also time for serious clean up work in the back. I got distracted last fall and didn’t keep up with the maintenance as well as I could. Then, there’s all those tree branches split by the heavy first snowfall last November. So, plenty of outside work.
We ate the last of our potatoes just two weeks ago and still have garlic, yellow onions, honey, and canned vegetables from several years. We couldn’t make it as pioneers but we’re doing well at supplementing our diet. More. We tune our lives to natural rhythms, especially in the growing season.
That original revelation to us that Emerson talks about is coming along out here in Andover.