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Another fine weekend was spent doing what we love! The deer in the above picture spent over an hour with us on Sunday afternoon while we picked a couple more gallons of huckleberries. Every time I turned around he was circling me keeping a distance of around 20-30' away poking his head up every so often to take a look see, perhaps he just wanted a good scratch behind the ears.
These are one of the 7 or 8 species of huckleberries we come across each summer.
It was in the 90°'s the last couple days, the sailor and strange young lad in gold lam'e boots had lots of watering to do.
While the troops were providing moisture I was involved with my new muslin bags. :)
I was busy (yeah right) bagging pepper, eggplant, and tomato plants for seed saving purposes.
We ended Sunday with a nice harvest of basil, two more gallons frozen for winter fare.