I'm jumping back on here fairly close to our last listing because I didn't want to leave the negative, down and depressing entry as the last thing we'd posted for very long. Though times are hard, we are keeping on, keeping on.
Dan had word of a marine mechanic's opeing and so a job possibility is in the works. We are moving forward with getting ready for the opening of Farm Market season up our way Mother's Day weekend. You wil find us at the Sarah Hardy Traverse City Market on Saturdays across from Richard and Diana from Spring Hollow Dairy.
We expect to have composted manure, eggs, maple syrup, starts for some early plantings including table greens buckets planted with snow peas and mescalun mix, bok choi and cressy greens, and swiss chard. We may have some picked greens also.
We have tincture of thyme, and dried mullien as far as medicinals go and homemade oat bran english muffins and whole grain bread. You can pickup an autographed copy of Funny Farm if you need a a good read.
We have been having good luck with our mortgage company and credit card companies as far adjusting payments and interest rates so we can stay afloat. Anyone else in our situation call you company and most all are willing to work things our right now. Just not Kia Motor Finance Company.