Sunday the 21st was the day of the day of bringing in the onions. Onions? Great scott! Onions! Yes, we planted a lots of them months ago. But let's not talk about history. Back in the future it is the time to harvest them. And that's what we did. We carried 2 wheelbarrows full of onions from the field to our house. We sorted the small ones out for air drying on the rust, while we bound the bigger ones together for hanging. 

Hanging them in a dry airy place is crucial, otherwise they will just rot. Let's see in the future how they turned out. 

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