Ranch House in 1935
Log Car
Broken Off Mountain
Southwest View
Hay Meadow
Private Picnic Area
Front of the House
Nestled in the Trees
Flowers at the House
Hen House
Old Cow Barn
Vegetable Garden
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Broccoli growing in our Garden

Broccoli Is Just One Vegetable in Our Garden

We've planted a garden every spring since moving here.  Although the growing season at this altitude is limited to 90-110 days, the warm sun, summer rains, and rich soil combine to yield a bountiful harvest.

We've had excellent results with green beans, peas, corn, cucumbers, and broccoli.  Tomatoes can be a challenge unless you start them early in a cold frame, but they are plump and juicy when ripe.  One year we had 27 dozen green tomatoes because of an early autumn freeze, but they all slowly ripened in the house and we had spaghetti sauce for months!

There is an old horseradish plant that comes back up every year and it makes a very hot cream sauce to go with prime rib roast.

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