Any of you who have traveled to northern Nevada are probably aware that this region is a bit arid.
A cold glass of iced tea does not need to sit on a coaster. There is no condensation. We measure humidity in negative numbers.
Yet, watering our garden for 20 minutes only three days a week is thus far resulting in happy corn, onions, potatoes and herbs.
The corn is now nearly two feet tall and we're already discussing how we'll know for sure when it's time to dig up the potatoes.
Is anyone else getting hungry?