having never lived there i didn't know isleton well but it was always a pleasant place to visit--the house had the echoes of love in it and everywhere were the signs of staal's labor in remodeling the place to make a comfortable home for his family. the joys and hardships staal and his family experienced while living there were part of what will shape them all as they continue their journeys and i'm happy to be a part of this new chapter.
so here's to isleton, thank you, and farwell.
with isleton cleared out and sold we'll be able to settle in a bit more and focus on getting things done around the homestead. for me that means more time grubbing in the garden.
the weather is warming up and everything is growing like crazy.
|harvesting snow peas|
|yukon gold potatoes|
|red express cabbage|
|curing the onion harvest|