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February 06, 2008

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Has anyone ever gotten thrown out of a CSA? We may be witnessing history here. If any of you are on the waiting list, I'd say your chances of a spot opening up are pretty good!

:)

Andrea: There's a first time for everything. Let's see if our heroine can pull it together in time for next week's pickup. My guess is no.

Not a comment on this entry in particular, but I just wanted to tell you how much I'm enjoying your blog. I came across it while googling to find eat local resources in eastern MA, and it's been so helpful and interesting. Thank you, I'll be reading!

Whatacard: Thanks for stopping by and leaving your nice comment. I usually only get deafening silence after my farmer-related posts, so this was a nice change of pace!

I found it very funny! It's so refreshing to know I'm not the only one to carry on imaginary conversations.

I really like your farmer conversations too. I don't usually comment because I'm just envious you have a CSA and a meat CSA and the opportunity to get fresh maple syrup. I only get what I can grow in the backyard. The farmers here all wear Carharts and have vast acres of wheat, corn and soybeans. Ahhh midwestern living.

Mary: After quickly Googling Carharts, I can safely say that you're one lucky lady.

Whatacard: But you probably keep those imaginary conversations to yourself, no?

That's putting your squash to good use!

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