After a hearty breakfast of oatmeal pancakes we headed to the garden. Today was onion planting day. Strings were pulled for straight rows and 15 bunches were put in the ground. That is somewhere in the neighborhood of 840 onion plants! The old cabbage row was plowed up and some weeding was done. I picked a lovely basket of kale that had recovered from the cold.
We also had to put up some wire fencing across a gate gap. Tomorrow the forecast is for heavy storms and I will be moving some of the goats to that pasture. The fencing it connects to has larger holes, just big enough for little babies to fit through and become a snack for predators on the other side. Until they are too big to cause mischief , we will keep them safely on this side.
For supper I fixed Crispy Kale. It was wonderful and so easy! I washed and stemmed the kale and drizzled it with olive oil. Just tossed it around a bit and sprinkled with garlic salt. I then baked it at 350, stirring every few minutes until crispy. What a treat!