|At the end of a hard days swapping|
ok, ok, pass me lettuce leaf to dry my eyes, while I mop up the oil spill of community mojo before someone slips over and blows all our public liability. I'll stop wobbling on and on about how wonderful it was, and get down to the nitty gritty; How did it work and what was swapped?
After everyone registered, they chose a mat in the swap circle to display their produce, and then grabbed a tea or coffee, had a chat, and spied on what others had brought to swap. At 10:30 the swapping began, and people made swaps independently with one another.
|the crookneck's in the patch|
|Jo's raspberry and Logan jam|
|Our beets have been growing particularly well in the raised mounds. |
|our hard neck garlic|