It was nice not to have to water the plants the other day, but it did rain hard and I guess many people were impacted. Today (Monday) is heating up, so Melissa, my grandsons & I are heading to Camp Plymouth State Park to cool off with a swim.
I notice that my fall phlox is beginning to bloom, which is an unwelcome signal that summer is starting to wane. It has been a gift to be able to visit with people out on the deck these past several months and still maintain social distancing. I believe our COVID-19 numbers are the lowest in the country, which is another plus.
I recently learned that Rebecca Ruplin has a farm stand where you can purchase fresh organic produce, eggs, preserves, and herbal products. She lives at 2185 Lynds Hill Road, on the left just before you reach Bethany Birches Camp. I am looking forward to going up there myself!
I just discovered that my aloe plant seems to be melting near the bottom. It is an oozing mess! I know it has needed to be divided and transplanted for quite some time. Wondering if that is why it has become weepy. Anyone have any thoughts on that?
Rte 100 Parcel ‘A’, 5.01acres $55,000 Ralph,Judith, & Jeremy Michael to Russ and Jillian Kikkert