St. Ignatius Mission
We helped harvest 1,400 lbs of Bing cherries from an orchard, doing it until dark one night, and then starting at daybreak the next day. Sore and red hands!
|Our campsite along the Missouri River in Floweree. |
The first stop was in Floweree, where we helped one of AERO's members build a straw bale house. They had a ton of old pieces of equipment, which gave Tyler and Cash a lot of nooks and crannies to explore.
|Tyler had his face painted like a pokemon character earlier in the day...|
|yes we used it|
|My great coworkers|
|Elsie (owner of ranch/farm) let tyler take the wheel|
|Next stop, Villicus Farm about 8 miles from the Canada border. It was a lot of driving that day.|
This is an emmer field
|We stopped at Prairie Grass farm the next day, and walked around with the Montana Organic Association group. This is a kamut wheat field.|
|lunch was AMAZING|
|looking at the depth of different weed roots|
|The cows wanted that clover!|