After a morning flurry of writing, bookkeeping, housework and similar routine, I ventured out to the lower garden to pick some stuff for salad for supper yesterday
Um, yeah, the beans are ripe. Romano beans, yellow beans, burgundy beans. There are a lot of them.
Guess we will be working on filling the freezer for winter, if it dries off enough to pick.
|After evidently being blown down by the wind, the squash is once again upright|
First little crookneck picked for last night's salad
Bama is still keeping us waiting, although a check a few minutes ago revealed a certain pensive look, and restless shifting that may augur something.....maybe....she is sure bagged up nice and doesn't look bad for an older cow.
Meanwhile, the turkeys are growing pretty well, the laying pullets look quite nice, the chicks and poults down in the brooder are getting feathers, the red-tailed hawks up in the heifer woods are up to something...they scream and skirl all day.
|Miss Peggy picking out a piggy on her farm girl blankie|
And the indigo bunting is singing..all day too..and even after dark...up on the wire by the northwest corner of the house.
Just another day.....in Paradise.