I said goodbye to a friend this week (yep — via bike). And so, of course, I planted. Because that’s what I do. I also had the opportunity to tap in a bunch of others […]
Almost ten years ago to the day, I met up with my then-81-year-old friend Rod at the community garden greenhouse we were bringing back to life when I noticed he wasn’t well (sharp pain and […]
The peach trees my 90-year-old friend Rod planted as an important organic agriculture experiment are blooming. They are in a public park and will most likely be cut down this year so that $80,000 of […]
My 88-year-old friend Rod’s endangered peach trees (the city may cut them down) in a public park where he received permission to do a groundbreaking, potentially industry-changing organic peach tree experiment, are loaded with little […]
My friend Rod’s public peach trees have blushing fruit on them. I saw them when I was at the park today while Traveling at the Speed of Bike. They stand on the edge of a […]
My friend Rod planted these peach trees as part of a cool experiment. They bore fruit for the first time last year, and are currently blooming.