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Wednesday, 8 October 2008

Fall Harvest

With Thanksgiving approaching, the cranberries on the farm where the bees are housed are obligingly beginning to ripen. The cranberries grown on this farm are of an exceptional size and quality - almost as large as cherries. We'll put 10 lbs. or so in the freezer for winter use.
The honey is back from being extracted and soon we will begin bottling. The honey this year is a dark amber. Isn't that gorgeous?


  1. Those Cranberries are gorgeous. I just made a Cranberry Chutney and the house smells so nice and homey.

    You honey is lovely and clear, do you sell it at a market?

    Have a nice Thanksgiving Day with your family and friends.

  2. Karen;
    Jim and I had some of the glorious honey.

    It is wonderful and so tasty; like summer in a bottle.

    Love Diana