Tag Archives: vegetables

Back on the Farm

Back on the farm as of Tuesday. Yuca, ahuyama, and melons are growing beautifully. Ahuyama is in the squash family, looks bumpy and round, and has large yellow flowers that bloom in the morning and close as the heat of … Continue reading

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How High Can You Go?

Continuing the theme of transportation, this is what I saw today as we followed this truck on the road out to Sincerin. I have NEVER EVER seen a truck so skillfully piled high with produce and miscellaneous stuff. And there … Continue reading

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Some other produce from the farm

We’re fortunate that the previous caretakers and the former owner planted so much stuff. We are reaping the benefits and the fresh food tastes delicious. Here’s a visual assortment.

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Farm Update #9

My son, a friend, my sister-in-law, and I went out to the farm this past Tuesday to see how things were going. They’d never been there before. It was so hot at noontime that I almost couldn’t move. We ate … Continue reading

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Farm Update #8

This past weekend I went out to the farm to see Roberto and to take more pictures. This is the latest photo of how our house looks. Rooms have been divided off–one large bedroom and one small one, a kitchen/living … Continue reading

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First re-visit to our farm

Stopped by our lawyer’s office in Arjona, a bigger town than Sincerin, and about 10 minutes from our farm by bus or car. We found out that the caretakers of the former owner are still living on the farm and … Continue reading

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