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By Mary Honrud
For The Courier 

Green Spaces in Rural Places

The First Light Frost


Mary Honrud / For The Courier

Following a cold snap, Honrud covers her garden in Opheim to protect against the frost.

Now that we've had a light frost, we can enjoy a bit of lingering summer. Sometimes this is the best part of summer for us. Our harvest is finished so we aren't worried about hailstorms  or early snows. All the fall chores can be finished without having to wear extra-bulky clothing for warmth.

The summer fallow strips have been plowed. The combine is in the shop for a tune-up. When it comes back it will be stored inside until next harvest season. The grain cart will be put away for the winter. The rocks still need to be picked, and then that piece of machinery can be parked for the winte...

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