You can smell fall in the air and we’ve had our first soft frost, or at least the basil thinks so! That part is sad at this time of year but the fresh crisp smokeless air is so great to work in and it’s time to put the outside plants to bed for a long winter’s nap. It could also be when we feel it “in our bones” after a good day in the outdoor arena. We’ve got a tea for that, it’s called Old Bones Blend. We’ll be sampling and selling cups at the Clark Fork River Market. Come by and see what we have to enhance all that fall cuisine you can find at market too!