Tomorrow it is predicted that we will have our first major snow storm of the winter season. As much I love a good heavy snow, this one comes at a bad time. We have our monthly winter market tomorrow morning and the storm should start about the time we get our tables and wot knot set up. the bulk of the snow is supposed to come in after 2pm which is good. We should be able to do the farmers market than run over to the Streit's farm and pick up our 2 gallons of raw milk and than get back to Eaton by the time the roads start to get rilly bad.
At least the snow is not coming in today. That would mean no harvesting anything that is in a hoop house or under row covers (which is pretty much everything we have planted). But since it is going to be rather pleasant today (no rain, temps in the high 30'sF/single digits c) we should be able to get the spring mix, leeks, arugula and what ever else in with no problems.