Lughnasa Full Artemis Moon
Still waiting on the extracting equipment though I imagine it will arrive soon. Then, setting up the honey house with the extractor and the capping knife and the capping container. I’ll move some things around, get ready for winter storage of honey supers, put in a solid table for handling supers and frames and foundations. It’ll be finished when I get the metal sign to hang over the door.
Today found me at Home Depot early picking up a filter for the humidifier attached to the furnace–didn’t know it had one till gas repairman pointed it out–and a refrigerator coil brush. Turns out refrigerators work more efficiently if their coils get cleaned. Who knew? Up the road on Hghwy 10 I went to Anoka Feed and Seed to order another 8 cubic yards of wood chips. The sky has that late summer blue. Autumn does not show through the sky and the winds yet, but it will. It’s already evident in dying plants and woolly caterpillars.
Back home I pulled some carrots, beets, chard and Kale. I also dug for a couple of new potatoes, but I’m not finding as many potatoes as I found last year. Hope I just haven’t gone deep enough. That got my hands good and dirty.
This afternoon I plan to get back to the exercise routine which has seemed too strenuous for the last two weeks while I was sick. Looking forward to returning to that habit.