A few weeks ago, for my own sanity, I opted out of the commuter gardening. I needed a break. I’m still taking that break, but the garden and master gardener are going full tilt. I’m going to take a break from my break this weekend in order to help with the potato harvest. Goodness knows, we’ll need all the help we can get. Last year we planted 15 pounds of potatoes and harvested 200 pounds. This spring we planted 40 pounds of potatoes — you do the math!
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