Well they don't call it back breaking work for nothin'. Scott and I (and some very generous helpers) worked our tails off the last two days on the farm. Almost 1000 lbs. of soil amendments went down (by hand), fields were plowed and tilled, and expanded metal flooring was installed into the eggmobile.
Saturday we added several soil amendments into our three plots to increase boron, potassium, phosphorus and nitrogen. All by hand using two milk jugs.
We worked on the Airstream a little more to prepare it for the flooring. It needed a final sweep down to remove all of the small particles and fiberglass before the expanded metal flooring could be installed.
Then Pastor Brent stopped by and dropped off a 50 gallon container of spoiled tomatoes - a.k.a. nitrogen for our compost pile.