More from Summit Springs Farm

I honestly got too distracted with the new toy this evening to post a full update of the rest of the weekend goodness at Summit Springs. So, while I have few words, I do have some video.

John and Sonya’s tomatoes are first, awesome (we were lucky enough to come home with a pint of yellow cherry tomatoes that were sooo good), and second, under siege by tomato hornworms.

Tomato hornworm

So, here’s John capturing one in a plastic container:



The hens, however, enjoy the worms:


3 thoughts on “More from Summit Springs Farm”

  1. One moment you’re minding your own business, chewing on a delicious plant and then, next thing you know, an enormous claw pushes you into a huge container. For a short while your world vibrates and shakes as you are tossed around the walls of your translucent prison. Just when you think things can’t get any worse you are thrown several feet to the ground and are immediately surrounded by the last things you will ever see: giant, clucking, feathered monsters. Ahh…the circle of life continues.

    Seriously, great macro shot. Those things look huge!

  2. One moment you’re minding your own business, chewing on a delicious plant and then, next thing you know, an enormous claw pushes you into a deep container of sorts. For several moments your entire world shakes and quakes as you are tossed violently against the walls of your translucent prison. Just when you think things can’t get any worse you are thrown several feet to the ground and are immediately surrounded by the last things you will ever see: giant, clucking, feathered monsters. Ahh…the circle of life continues.

    Seriously, great macro shot. Those things look huge!

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