{Barefoot Livin'}

It's starting to feel much more like Autumn. The Heritage Harvest Festival is finally over, and though we weathered a tropical storm to celebrate it, the turnout was still fantastic. I learned a lot about fruit trees, saw hundreds of people enjoying delicious heritage produce, and got to dance in really big mud puddles with a lovely lady named Nux. I forgot my camera, though. Instead, I've got another recent picture for you to enjoy.


Nux, Abby, Ryan and I had a harvest day yesterday. One of the things we worked on were our autumn olives, which are great for jam and grow near the road in Abundance. It was a beautiful thing to see them so wonderfully prolific, and to fill our baskets.

Don't you agree?

Comments

Caroline said…
ooooo i love autumn olives! though for a long time i couldn't figure out why anyone would make jam out of olives...

xoxo
ElizebethJoy said…
Neat! What do they taste like?? I thought they were cranberries at first glance.
LionLotus said…
They taste pretty similar to cranberries. I haven't eaten enough of them yet to tell you more :) I'll let you know how the jam tastes, though!