Month: September 2016

First Atemoya Harvest

First Atemoya Harvest

While doing yard work, I looked over and saw a fruit under the Cherimoya. During my last farm inspection I wondered just when, and how to harvest the fruit. My heart sank. This little tree was an experiment. It surprised me by fruiting. I wondered […]

A Breath of Hive Air Apitherapy

A Breath of Hive Air Apitherapy

I’ve had a similar, relaxing, intoxicating, and peaceful experience when resting near a hive. I experienced it by accident while reclining on a lounge chair and watching a hive in my backyard. As a commercial beekeeper, who spent most of the day near hives and […]

More Farming

More Farming

I’ve been away from the farm for awhile. Now it’s a little cooler and it’s time for a look. Yep, still have the usual stuff. Everything is healthy, larger, more green and thriving in the much wetter and slightly cooler weather. The bamboo is 15′ tall […]

Swallowed Up

Swallowed Up

Do you need to breakup your daily routine? Want to face your fears? How about: contemplating caving turn that cave up vertically fill it with  water and scuba dive to the bottom. Want a little additional adrenaline? Turn that cave into the throat of a […]