November really came in like a wrecking ball. I think we have to hand the "win" to Mother Nature this week. I'm ready to get back to normal next week, and maybe even get back home with electricity soon!
In the meantime, I wanted to share a little bit about our field trip to Mt. Apatite Farm today! Mt. Apatite Farm is run by Carol Segal, who is kind enough to open the farm and her own personal mine to us every year. It's such an amazing experience, as you'll see below. This year she surprised us by setting up tables and chairs for everyone to eat at in her amazing barn! Not only does Carol open her land up to us as a school, she also hosts individuals and small groups, so if you're looking for a place to go mining, see some amazing gardening, or go sledding in the winter, please give her a call or email. She'd love to see you!
We toyed with the idea of postponing until next week, but decided to give a try this week instead, and we got super lucky with the weather! A hearty thank you to all of our volunteers today! Trips like this wouldn't be possible without all your support and time. Thank you!
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Stay safe and have a great weekend,