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Establishing Roots Part II – Update On Quarantine Garden

 

Last updated 7/27/2020 at 3:13pm

This is part of an early harvest from a surprisingly successful garden. (Photo by Jack Henderson)

In April, I wrote a short story about how the early stages of coronavirus and the associated quarantine brought about more time at home than I am accustomed to. Evenings typically spent with friends and in town were now limited to the humble cabin I reside in, and the surrounding farmland and woods on which it sits.

I am incredibly fortunate to have such a space to work from home and relax. It is a humble yet beautiful slice of Transylvania County, just a few miles from the entrance to Pisgah National Forest.

With previous years' summers spent on the road for work and play, I had never...



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