November 11th (Sun) Fine weather!25 people gathered for the potato digging experience.From infants to the elderly, we dug lively potatoes.Roasted sweet potatoes baked at the same time as digging.I am delighted to have a hot feeling!
I also studied masonry after receiving an explanation from Mr. Nakano, the chief of the World Heritage Promotion Office, about the site of a work place that was built by Mr. De Rot and is now abandoned.It was an interesting study because it was prepared for research so I could understand the state of masonry well.
The long-awaited soup.Instead of the dago soup, the soup with a lot of noodles and vegetables called "Hikado" was served, and it was delicious enough to be refilled.
Much earlier than the scheduled time, it ended before 12 o'clock, and I went home by bus and on foot (some people walk with my family).Of course, with the dug potatoes!
I couldn't give you a picture of potato digging.I brought a camera, so I took a lot of pictures, but when I tried to see it, the memory was stuck in my computer.Ah ... I've done it again.
The photo given is Gube (standard language is Mube).I got it from a neighbor.Many people said that they were nostalgic when they were decorated, so I gave them to each of them.Along with the conservation plan for the tea seeds and the workshop, a field for de Rotation has been developed, but it is planned to become a tea field, and some of the native seeds that are currently growing will be planted, so seedlings. Collected for making.We are starting to sow the pots.Ocha no Hana is being dried to try making herbal tea of dried tea flowers, introduced by Mr. Higashisaka, a Japanese tea instructor.It's effective for rhinitis ...I hope it will be beautifully finished!