The raspberry bushes are now almost 7 feet tall. The spring was cold so it appears the growth went into next year's canes rather than into the berries. Last year we got 100+pounds of berries. This year we will be lucky to get 40. When the bushes are this tall and you hear slurping noises, you immediately think " Bear"!
The five rows of peas will be ready for freezing this week. The carrots will stay in the ground until first frost. They seem to grow best in October.
The potato patch is producing already. Elaine likes baby spuds and I like the heaviest that can be grown.
We had quite a wind yesterday, The powers to be are looking at perhaps a little tornado. It was at the minimum, a severe down burst. Several cars were squished by trees, a couple of roofs went missing and a few roads were blocked by fallen trees. The worst missed us by half a mile, and we suffered no damage on the Acreage. The power was off for 20 hours due to trees on the power lines. All the chickens in the Kenmore Hilton were OK after that time so I guess the claim that a freezer is good for 24 hours holds, as long as the freezer isn't opened. The storm came right out of the blue with virtually no warning. Ah, well, Life in Alberta has it's moments!
Firewood available. U-Pick.
Environment Canada is forecasting more of the same tonight with the possibility of large hail. The large crop of apples is getting close to harvesting, but is not there yet. I would hate to lose another bunch!