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Category Archives: In the Wild
Last week, we had the joy of watching our friend Jessica’s chickens while she was out of town. Spending time with the three ladies is hilarious, entertaining, and means all the fresh eggs you can eat. Hooray! Of course, we … Continue reading
On the second to last day of crab season, crab license in hand (or rather, around our necks), we set out on our first ever solo crab expedition. Melanie’s gone crabbing with her dad before, but we’d never done it … Continue reading
There’s something very satisfying about shucking an oyster. And if it’s an oyster you’ve just plucked off your beach or picked up fresh from a nearby farm, then all the better. Melanie picked up these oysters from Minterbrook Oyster Company, … Continue reading
We do not need baby goats. Obviously. That is ridiculous. Intellectually speaking, it makes no sense at all. But put a baby goat and an intellectual in front of us, and the baby goat wins, every time.
Sea beans grow rampant down at the Key Peninsula. They’re everywhere, just waiting to be harvested. I’d never known about this bounty, hiding in plain site, until Melanie introduced me to this salty snack during Sunday morning’s low tide. They’re … Continue reading
Melanie caught this trout in Eastern Washington on opening day, at Blue Lake. We’re not bragging, but she caught the largest fish of her party – two sixteen inchers. This is the tale of one of those sixteen inchers.