We threw our third annual Country Flat Farm harvest party– complete with a roast from a locally raised pig, a homemade potluck, apple harvest/cider pressing, teeter totter, and of course a bluegrass trio (I was thrilled to sit in on a few songs). We kicked up the dust, danced, and feasted as the sun set and the stars appeared. People set up their tents nestled in the terraces between the fruit trees. The crickets began their nightly song, and the campfire glow lit the hands of musicians and rosy cheeks. Voices sung… Cradled in the central coast mountains… Fall is such an abundant time of year and encourages celebration through community togetherness. We are full.