Blog Update!
For those of you not following me on Facebook, as of the Summer of 2019 I've moved to Central WA, to a tiny mountain town of less than 1,000 people.

I will be covering my exploits here in the Cascades, as I try to further reduce my impact on the environment. With the same attitude, just at a higher altitude!

Monday, December 21, 2009

San Diego & Crunchy Chicken TV

We're having a great time down here in San Diego, although the kids are a little overwhelmed with all the travel and Christmas excitement. We had a marvelous day of meltdowns yesterday while going Christmas shopping for the kids, which always makes for a highly pleasant day. Especially when we locked ourselves out of my brother's house. But, otherwise it's been great.

Saturday we went to a local farmers market (see picture above) and did a little filming, interviewing some of the farmers and generally checking out what a winter farmers market looks like in Southern California. The filming of the farmers market is part of the first of the episodes I'm producing for "Crunchy Chicken TV", which I'll post later this week. I'll be filming two episodes while I'm down here and will have them up over the next two weeks. So, stay tuned for those.

Today, we are heading out to Borrego Springs for a few days to check out the Anza Borrego Desert since my kids have a huge fascination with deserts, particularly because we live in the land of rain and trees. It has been hot since we arrived, but the temperatures are cooling. Saturday it was 81 degrees and I can't say that I minded since I've been freezing my buns off over the last few weeks. The desert should still be fairly warm, with cold temperatures overnight. I'll try to post some pictures of what we find there later this week.


Allie said...

Crunchy Chicken TV? That is SO exciting!!!

Crunchy Chicken said...

It is exciting. The videos will be up on YouTube, but I'll embed them here, too.

The first episode will focus on the winter farmers market in San Diego. The second episode will be on backyard fruit trees.

After that, I'm sure I will be covering all manner of odd subjects :)

Farmer's Daughter said...

I love the idea of CC TV. Have fun in California! I'm so jealous of those temps, we got a foot of snow yesterday and the wind chill has been near zero.

Luschka said...

We used to live in/near the desert in Namibia, South West Afrika - I often miss it. Deserts have such a rich beauty if you can just look beyond the sand. Enjoy it!