Plants & Shoes

I’m late to the seedling-hardening game by about a week, but today I’ve got my tomatoes, acorn squash, eggplant, watermelon, and the tenacious last-surviving broccoli out for a day in the warm and sun.

Also, I bought new shoes on Monday, a pair of Oboz Bozeman Low Leather from Proude’s Shoes the description of which is:

Mountain town life is busy, and the Bozeman Low Leather hiker is ready to take on any and all of the fun and adventure that comes with it—a lunch time hike on the Highland Glen Trail or any last-minute errands around town.

That’s me: on the trail, on the errands, living the high mountain life! They’re very comfortable.

This is my second pair of Oboz: I bought a pair of their boots for the winter, and have been very happy with them.

With the closure of Wright’s and Corney’s, Proude’s is the last independent shoe store standing in Charlottetown; I encourage you to support them.