This morning we at NRFH would like to give a warm sendoff to our good friend Daniel Aisenbrey who is at this moment probably meeting a few folks at Java to get the caffeine levels high for his solo North American adventure. Daniel is taking on about 7000 miles of road over the next month (open ended timeline) on a trip which he describes as “Spontinerary.“ He said he’s taking about 120 rolls of film for a vintage medium format camera that people will probably think are instagrams. And he has an annual National Park pass for all entrances. If you want to follow this venturesome meander, do so at Hey Look, Stuff!. Like I said, he takes off in two hours.
While I’m on the subjet of Daniel, let me plug a new business. This trip of “Spontinereity” follows his service with Americorps where he served at Knoxville’s Beardsley Community Farms in organic gardening and instructing various groups of volunteers. He is a green thumb knowledge bank with an idea that maybe there is a need for people to have someone get them up and running with a garden of their own. I think he’s going to California to get some ideas or something.
But seriously, if someone wanted to start a fall garden this year, they should consider a consultation with the guru. All gardens have the best intentions, but getting the soil conditions right and smartest use of small space can mean the difference of a garden that thrives and a garden that survives. Or maybe not. Especially for the busy folk, get Daniel to set you up with a happy garden that’s easy to manage.
And with that, we send him off to California and Idaho via Pensacola Florida like some kind of vine growing so fast that it drags the pumpkins. Bon voyage.