I wound up with a butterfly bandage and a splint, so I won't be doing much of anything for awhile. I also got a tetanus shot, because I haven't had one in years. It's been so long since I last had one, I can't even remember when it was. It's probably just as well, because I am constantly hurting myself it seems. One way or another.
Tonight's Meeting the Starving Challenge meal was homegrown parsnips and onions in leftover stew.
I'm still going down to One Green World in Molalla, Oregon to get my strawberries this weekend though. I'm also picking up a bale of straw at Wilco so I can cover them. If I thought I could cram two bales in the back of a wagon, I'd do it because I need the carbon.
Backyard farming is hard when you don't have a truck.
Or a working opposable thumb on both hands.