chocloGood morning, anice sunny one again. I've been asked about my corn. It's doing great- I just watered it again this morning. I have a small patch this year- enough for hanging in the mud room and for seed for next year. None of the krinkly kernals sprouted this year, so it is all open pollinated strains- should be colorful and tasty, When I get a moment I'll post some more pictures, speaking of which; In Goa, that is 8 finger Eddy sitting to Gypsie's right. He had his 81st birthday party atIingrid's garden while I was there- he left the states in 63 and has not been back. It was fun meeting my friends Baba Bob, Big Curtis and Gypsie in Goa for the start of my first visit to India. Gypsie has such a wonderful smile, as in the picture. The next time you pass through Laytonville just before you hit the Avenue of the Giants along 101, stop at the old gas station and see Gypsie and Bazar of India and Beyond. Take a look at her picture albums. Speak french with her if you can- I can't. I'm still struggling with spanish, which I plan to work on this winter, when the days get short. Maybe I could cross paths with Julia in South America . Lots of things to look forward to, including more corn.