We farm on Day Road on Bainbridge Island, Washington.
We’re at the Bainbridge Island Farmers’ Market every Saturday starting in April.
Contact me directly at email@example.com.
Brian from indianola here. I’ve lost my phone and numbers but wanted to chat you up about growing grain at morales this year. Jakubek told me you had a thresher and I’m sure you have a few opinions on small scale grain. call or write. Brian 303.704.8855
Hope you remember me. Spoke to Bruce today for the first time in a long time. I was his roomate at Cook College. Just wanted to say hello,and tell you my friend, Paul Keiser, farms organically out in Marne, Michigan. Hope all is well with you. Drop me a line.
Steve Brambilla 609-922-3708
Don’t have your phone #. wish to set up time for you to come and work with my students about grinding corn.
Your story about Samantha really touched me, as you know, and I’d love to hear more about how things are going on Laughing Crow Farm. I would guess you’re leaning against the tailgate of a mostly empty pick-up at the farmer’s market right now, hopefully with some foldin’ money in your back pocket.
Whenever the sun sets and you aren’t dead tired, please give us a quick update now and then. They don’t have to be long, profound, or perfectly crafted. Anything you write will give us all a chance to feel closer to the land. I really miss that feeling.
All the best,
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