Keeping the planters fed is more than just putting food out.
Working seasonally is a lot like Summer Camp. There are many people that you only see during your work season. Shenanigans are a given, and there’s a distinct sense of some other place. When you work seasonally, the real world feels left behind. In my current Camp Life, I’m on my own about 90% ofContinue reading “Camp Life”
After the planters leave I clean up breakfast and start working on the next day’s morning meal
Starting a seasonal kitchen from scratch can seem daunting.
Preparation brings me solace. It’s the only way I can go on these adventures.
My dreams feel tenuous, like the whole thing could unravel at any time.
The memory of the fire from the previous night motivated me enough to get up to build another.
Had I been on my own, I wouldn’t have lasted the night.
Eating well requires dedication. I don’t believe in diets, but I do believe in eating well, and by that I mean scratch cooking as much as possible.
Except for the COVID shutdown, I tend to be in and out of my house. Sometimes I’m home for a visit, and sometimes for a stay. The difference between the two is four weeks. Anything more than a month is a stay. When I do stay home, it’s always an adjustment for both my husbandContinue reading “Home Routine”