Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
This post very much more peaceful than the previous! Hope your hands are better. Isn't summer the very best!!
What a wonderful sense of abundance, and such a contrast to our winter starkness.
nice...i love eating straight out the garden....fresh....
Vicki, you've got a fine harvest there! I do hope the rue after effects are beginning to quiet down.xo
Love the summertime song.
Your veggies look wonderful. I know you have many, many tomatoes and I just love the plum variety. I think they have more flavour. We are behind you at least a month I think! Tomorrow is my big day! I'm off to Heathrow to fetch hubby...
Winter meals will look great after such a "crop."
Looks like all our rain has been good for your vegetables. We've been giving away squash (and eating it, too) as fast as we can. Is that a Turk's cap lily?
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