It’s hard to imagine a summer at JEFC without group singing. It’s such an important part of our program yet it can be easily glossed over when we are describing our camp to prospective campers. The power of group singing is that everyone can take part, no previous experience required.Read More
We have many, many apple trees here on the farm. Late October found us bringing in the last of this year's apples, and we've been reveling in pies, cider, applesauce and eating out-of-hand as we whittle down our supply of stored apples.Read More
A few signs of spring at Journey's End have appeared lately. Do you recognize any of them?
Andy and Lily planted an heirloom variety of dry corn called Oaxacan Green Dent. The harvest was yesterday. The ears need to finish drying, but then the possibilities are endless: tamales, tortillas, pancakes.... Maybe it will even make an appearance in next summer's Dirt to Dinner!
Frieda is a local spinner who is at the show grounds (just up the road from Journey's End) every September. This year she needed more roving to spin into yarn, so we brought her some from Zander and Kan. She was excited to have Journey's End alpaca fleece and said, "It spins beautifully!"