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Greetings,

My how the time flies. Spring here in Vermont has been a whirlwind of activity. I might dare say I’ve gotten a little obsessive with the gardening projects.
 
We built six new raised beds and dug a couple more in-ground plots. We got four yards of compost-topsoil delivered. We planted blueberries, raspberries, and hardy kiwis; romaine and spinach and jerusalem artichokes and hot peppers and basil and more; and flowers, flowers, flowers. Oh, and just planted two types of apple trees in containers. A video on that is coming soon.
 
For now, I made a short video on YouTube showing the garden progress at That Yurt.
Watch the Video
And consider subscribing to our YouTube channel. I’m aiming to be much more present over there with updates and video dispatches of projects and progress and the like. Let me know if there’s anything in particular you’d like that I cover.

In closing, here’s a fun tidbit: in the last few weeks our post about living in a yurt in winter has been the most visited page on our website. Why in spring? I’ve no idea, but can’t help but think that the nice weather has folks dreaming of yurt life, but with a skeptical eye toward the cold months. Here’s the cold, hard truth: it’s perfectly comfortable. Read the post here.
 
‘Til next time in sunshine,
Kevin + Annie + Henry + Holly
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