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Last week I finally got a couple days off to make my autumn genealogy research trip to Western Pennsylvania. I have been trying to get over there for two months, but the farm demands do come first, and I had another pesky cataract to take care of.
Today is warm, and soon will be wet. We still have kohlrabi, turnips, cabbage, daikon radish, and Brussel sprouts happily growing in the lower garden, with no row covers. We just harvested our first great crop of rutabagas and were amazed at their sweet taste!
I have kept autumn frost and snow records for [...]