Friday, November 20, 2009

New T-Shirt Style

This is our new T-Shirt style...they will be printed on a pebble color long sleeve shirts with dark brown art work.

The design and art work was done by Uncle Mike...Thanks Uncle Mike!!!!!

Bolsa Get's Restaurant Of The Year

Congratulations to Bolsa for winning 2009 Restaurant of the year in D'Magazine!!!! Check out this months issue.

Thanks Bolsa for supporting Eden Creek Farm!

If you haven't made it by Bolsa's yet...put it at the top of your list of places to go!

Today Kristine and I ate the butternut squash soup for starters...and then for the main course we had pulled pork sandwich topped with cabbage. It was all OUT OF THIS WORLD!!!!!
We love you Chef Graham!!!

Tuesday, November 17, 2009


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Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Organic Compost

There is over six billion living organisms in a hand full of good organic compost...that is more than the population of humans on Earth!
We have been preparing our beds for planting and used up all of our we ordered some organic compost from a company called Living Earth.

The truck hauling compost got stuck in a sink hole. It sunk all the way up to the frame. Call the wrecker!

This is Kristine standing in the rut the tire left in the sink hole.

Monday, November 9, 2009

The Army Worm Hunter

We have now hired uncle Mike "The Army worm Hunter" to take care of our worm problem! If there are holes in the cabbage it's just bullet holes. I have been spraying a garlic/hot pepper mix weekly on the surviving cabbage to keep the army worms at seems to be working...but just in case we have Uncle Mike. The directions on the garlic/pepper spray is pretty easy. Mix 2 garlic bulbs and a hand full of hot peppers in a blender with 3 cups of water...blend until liquid...strain...add 1/3 cup per gallon of water with a squirt of dish washing liquid to a sprayer and apply once a week.

This is Sally Sue our newest addition to the farm... She is an Amish trained, Belgium buggy horse. When we purchased her she seemed to be very we know why...she is pregnant!

I'm In The Mood For Love

Went out to check on our cherry tomatoes and there were these two little love bugs!

Tuesday, November 3, 2009

From Drought to Floods

This year has been a roller coaster for farming! first there was the the beginning of September the water table dropped so low that the well almost dried up. Many rain dances later... my prayers were answered with almost 40 inches of rain in less than two months! Most of the fall crops washed away and what was left the army worms ate up in a couple of days. Anyway, the fields are finally dry enough to work in and the sun is shining. Yeeeeeee-Haw!

These video clips are not a creek or a river it is the run off through our woods... twenty-four hours after one of the heavy rains at Eden Creek Farm in late October.

Sunday, November 1, 2009

Changing Colors

Crisp cool nights...and beautiful sun shining days for the next week. No rain in the forecast. Yeeeee-Haw!!!! Fall is here, the leaves are starting to change color.

The wild persimmons are doing great this year...the coyotes seem to think so too! Every morning when we go to gather fallen persimmons, the coyotes beat us to them. at least they aren't going to waste.

The leaves aren't the only changing color around Eden Creek farm... Kristine has been working hard plastering, and painting the vegetable preparation building. I have been staying busy preparing planting beds now that the fields are drying up enough to walk on.