End of the Season

Hi Friends! How are you doing? Hope this post finds you well. Not sure where we left of last but I think it was the superbloom. Oh yeah the whole porta potty situation. Well that kind of got resolved, Mike handled it in his own way and got a response. Read more…

Po Po and Porta Potties

Hi Friends, How are you doing? Hope you’re doing well. Just thought I should share an interesting story about another encounter we have with government. It won’t disappoint. You’ve already heard about the superbloom, I hope. From me or media, its a big deal for the area. Primarily in Anza-Borrego Read more…

Too Damn Cold

Hi Friends!! OMG…..yes I’m back after a week. We’ve had quite a week with a few upcoming plans I wanted to share. Bees will be joining our team very soon……once it warms up enough. I can’t remember if I mentioned how popular raw honey is at the market. Its a Read more…

Competition

Hi Friends!! Not sure if I should apologize again for waiting so long to write another post. I’m utterly terrible at this, but I think you all have accepted me for my failures, thank you. On to this topic. As you know the local market we run is literally in Read more…

Dealing with SNAP

Hello friends, Wow it’s been a while.  So what have we been up to?  We are still working to stabilize the Market.  Basically figure out what works, what doesn’t, and try to reduce our losses as much as possible.  As I’ve stated before, the Market is small but also unique Read more…

Preparing for Desert Season

Hi Friends! Orchard still takes a back seat. Hope you are doing well.  We here at O’Shun’s are still feeling things out.  I haven’t done much with the orchard besides looking sadly at my maple seeds in the fridge that has germinated and grown leaves.  Its fascinating and exciting but Read more…

Busy Busy

Hi friends, I know it’s been awhile but a lot has changed. Have you noticed the additional page 😁?  We have a market!!! Pretty big deal especially since now we’re actually considered a real deal business. I guess performing monetary transactions is needed to be taken seriously. So the story Read more…