Some folks proudly display pictures of their children and grandchildren, I boast of pictures of cauliflower and broccoli! The crops have been rejuvinated after their three day Spa experience. Lots of rain and mist, some occasional sun and wind. Even the weather beaten tomatoes and peppers have yielded new growth. The pastures are flourishing and the blackberries are heavy laden with little green fruit. The strawberries, whipped stripped, and beaten by the Spring winds and hail, have started to set new fruit! We may have berries in the market for a few weeks. Our market hours are Thurs. Fri. Sat. from noon until 4:00 pm. We have all but given up on LuLu. She waddles down to the pasture, finds a place to laze in the sun, and just lays there swishing her tail.... taunting us. Her belly and bag are so big, her top, back foot can't touch the ground! Our good friend Dairy Larry, calls her " Stumpy," we are just proud to call her ours. From our farmstead to your table, thank you for all of your support!!