As the farm team strolls in from a long day’s work, we comment on how one day on the farm often feels like two. We’ve put so much work between our present selves and the morning sun, that it couldn’t possibly be the same astronomical day; packing greens orders, turning over beds, discovering baby bunny nests, planting cucumbers, tomatoes, and honey berries, tarping the terraces, making local deliveries, watering, digging up and transplanting rhubarb, and cleaning up brush from the new Keewaydin campsites. The wide variety of tasks keeps us from ever truly slipping into monotony and the physical nature of the day, means we’re ready for bed before true darkness sets in.



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