In my human frailty, I have done quite a bit of complaining this season. And granted, I’m still beyond ready for the onset of autumn, but I thought it time to readdress and assess some of the bountiful goodness.
For one, I’ve (most weeks) achieved a good deal of rewrites. Today I’m having fun reworking “The Wolf at Your Door”. I plan to contribute toward the incomplete ending before closing down for the evening .
The new deck, finished within a single week (!), turned out very nice. For the first time we can remember, it’s a safe and attractive structure. We’ll just have to get some of the lumber painted or stained to protect it from the elements once the green has bleached away.
|Composite Floorboards Should Hold Up Better|
|At Last We Have Safe, Comfortable Stairs!|
|Three Bowls Full Ready to Go|
There may still be some marglobe tomatoes to harvest ripe from the corner patch. We’ll see what the weather does. Those plants grew taller than my five foot two inch self and just look at my colander full! How beautiful are these tasty globes?
Also, potatoes! We shall see how these little purple guys cook up. They will be part of dinner tonight.
|Prettiest Tomatoes We Have Ever Grown|
|A New Experiment Using Potato Growing Bags - !|
|Our Beets (Upper Right) Were Disappointing|
But Who Wants Fried Green Tomatoes?
|PR's Underwater Album Cover Shot|