Tag Archives: ahuyama

Farm Sold…….Robbed

Today I left the farm with sadness in my heart knowing that our beautiful oasis is no longer ours. We completed the sale about a week ago, selling to a man from Cartagena with a large family. His cousin had … Continue reading

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Bits and Pieces on the Farm

Yesterday, around sunset (one of the most beautiful I’ve seen so far), about 5 or 6 young bulls penetrated our fence and came into our property. I think the grass was truly greener on our side. ¬†They stomped on our … Continue reading

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Construction Weary

…..So I’m in the States again, having visited my son in Newark, NJ and my daughter in College Station, Texas. Now I’m visiting my brother in Watertown, MA. I miss my hubby and the farm but from what I hear … Continue reading

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Back on the Farm

Back on the farm as of Tuesday. Yuca, ahuyama, and melons are growing beautifully. Ahuyama is in the squash family, looks bumpy and round, and has large yellow flowers that bloom in the morning and close as the heat of … Continue reading

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Some other produce from the farm

We’re fortunate that the previous caretakers and the former owner planted so much stuff. We are reaping the benefits and the fresh food tastes delicious. Here’s a visual assortment.

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