Hello from the hills!
|Double Pink Rose of Sharon|
I wanted to tell you about a very short shortcut (Thank you, Joybilie Farm, for the idea!) for making fresh sauerkraut if you don't like to bother with shredding cabbage. I didn't grow cabbage this year so I bought 4 bags of coleslaw mix (on sale, of course :) to make this half-gallon of probiotic rich kraut. I used this method for the fermentation process and let it ferment for four weeks.
We've indulged in lots of homegrown Rutger's tomatoes with our meals all month long.
There was a monumental traffic delay due to construction just yesterday in the GSMNP. So, if you're planning a trip to the Smokies soon go here and check the status of construction in the areas you'd like to visit.
My friend took a few pictures, and sent them to me so I'm adding them here.
This is an overlook on the Foothills Parkway.
And this one is a shot from Wears Valley Road in Townsend.
I love seeing the misty clouds hovering on the treetops.
For the past two years I've tried a lot of things that didn't clear up the rash I had. On July 4th, just last month I talked with someone that had taken a supplement that cleared the rash so I decided to give it a try. I've been taking Dr. Gundry's Vital Reds supplement for the past month, and it has helped in reducing the degree of flushing and cleared nearly all the bumps I had experienced for the past two years. I'm also watching my carb intake, but that alone wasn't enough. I'm glad I heard of this product.
Flowering Spurge in the pasture:
Have a lovely week, y'all!
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