Or CSA for those who want an easy out for that mouthful!
We joined Lancaster Farm Fresh Cooperative this year. Their CSA program provides “seasonal, local, Certified Organic produce year - round. The Cooperative is built on family-owned farm partnerships to produce sustainable food from some of the best, nutrient-rich soil in the country - right here in Lancaster County.”
I’ve created another blog to document our CSA journey… Clean Living and Eating – a little bit of rambling about the new foods (to me) and what I do with them. So if you are interested you can mosey over there to take a look.
On this Blog I talk more about my family and hobbies… over there I’ll limit it to the CSA – organic foods and simple living.
Now back to family…
We made a trip out to South Carolina mid-May to visit with the grand kids! Not nearly long enough…
Here we are leaving for a carriage tour through Charleston.
The littlest one (2 in July) loves this little scooter and rides it very well. Mom is going to have to rustle up a helmet.
The oldest turned 9!!!! She had helpers opening presents.
The little guy is just too funny… he was enjoying a chocolate beater… look at my shirt!
Pops got to watch Kai surf early one morning. “Pops did you see me surfing – I was awesome!” The boy is too funny!
We had lunch one day at a crab shack place. We taught the little guy how to open and eat boiled peanuts… too cute! He would pull a piece of shell off hold it out for me to see and then start to bring it towards his mouth – his way of asking if he could eat that part. I’d shake my head no… and he’d throw it in the bucket in the middle of the table.
It is a long drive out there but one I’ll gladly do again and again!