6/10/2012

Going to the sea...

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...it's time for a dunk.
Curious to see what enhancements our salty brink may contribute
after eight long months of rest.

These cloths were wrapped around some of last year's harvest
( I first wrote about them HERE)
but that was only the beginning of their journey.

Today they learn to swim.

And I learn that I can be more patient than I think I can...



see ya later.



18 comments:

  1. Eagerly awaiting photos of their brine enhancements! Guess I'll have to practice patience too...

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    1. ooooh, they looked so pretty floating in the water. And that patience part? Not so hard. ;>}}

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    1. ...like we NEED an excuse to go to the beach, dawgs in tow? [ wink wink ]

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  3. Such wonderful results ! Good to be so patient !!!

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    1. I'm learning, I'm learning.....slowing it all down....
      Many thanks.

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    1. So much fun to do, Clare and impossible to guesstimate how the cloths will turn out,
      vegetation having a mind of its own & all :>]]

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    1. We did, we did...a blustery day with small whitecaps so we resorted to a rock pool & dunked amongst seaweed!

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  6. A little 'brine' is always welcome!

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    1. And I am loving this process more than I can say.
      Many thanks, jude.

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  8. Lungs and a spine! These look great!

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    1. The anatomy of leafage? ;>]]
      Thanks, Nancy!

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