It's a bit anti-climactic, but in short; Dirt Sun Rain is moving South to Johns Creek, Georgia.
I've been puttering around the garden here in Pennsylvania for the past five years in a state of semi-retirement and while satisfying and healthy it's a life I'm meant to be living about fifteen years from now.
I still have some things to prove to myself business-wise and my priorities for what I want when my working life is over have changed. I want to expatriate to Europe at some point and that takes money. Money I can't pull together here in quiet suburban Pennsylvania.
I've signed some agreements, taken meetings and spoken with well over fifty people in the past week and I'm going back into the wine and restaurant business.
I'm not shilling for my business on this blog, it will always be about what I like to do and grow, but I'm going to be forced to find a way to integrate my passion for growing my own food into my business. My living situation will change and I'm on the search for a patch of land where I can grub around in the dirt and let the dogs run amok.
Meanwhile, there's tons of things to do here to get the garden ready for the next season and life goes on as usual