Of Squash and Floofs – Down on the (Sub)Urban Farm

No, not squashed floofs. Squashes AND floofs.

Floofs are baby chickens. That is totally the technical term for them, hush.

Squashes are… squashes. Acorn, in this case.

Just FYI, Down on the (Sub)Urban Farm will appear approximately once a month from now on, and it will be mostly photos, sometimes with a bit of ‘story’ depending on whether I feel like expounding much or not. Enjoy!

Update: Since I compiled this slideshow, I sadly lost all my squash plants to mosaic virus. No homegrown acorn squash this year, alas… We also had the added adventure of Polly developing bumblefoot. Whoo. But she is on the mend now!

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About Rebekah

Rebekah Loper writes character-driven epic fantasy featuring resilient women in trying and impossible circumstances who just want to save themselves but usually end up saving the world, often while falling in love.
She lives in Tulsa, OK with her husband, dog, two formerly feral cats, a small flock of feathered dragons (...chickens. They're chickens), and an extensive tea collection. When she's not writing, she battles the Oklahoma elements in an effort to create a productive, permaculture urban homestead.