Today's share is basically the same as Mondays so no new photo or talk of the vegetables. Next week is Thanksgiving and we're taking the entire week off from harvests. It's also supposed to be cold, like freezing cold, this weekend. I've been anticipating that, which is why the chard and celery was in the share this week. Those two crops will likely freeze out this weekend. Even so, we covered the celery with row cover, and lots of the rest of the crops as well. I'm hoping that the cover will stay on (it has a nasty tendency to blow off). I'm also hoping that the newfound protection the voles are feeling under that nice white blanket won't encourage them too much and that they'll leave a bit for us when we get back to harvesting. They've already taken out a number of the celeriac, root parsley, and radicchio. Our trapping campaign is woefully inadequate right now, we'll have to get on that. In the meantime, hope all of you have a great Thanksgiving, we'll be back in action on November 28.