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It was a really crazy week at work so I did not get many pictures of the harvest this week.
|squash and tomatoes|
Besides the eggplant, squash and tomatoes shown here, I did harvest more yellow wax beans, Kentucky Wonders, some of the Baby Blue Hubbard and Buttercup winter squash, along with some really nice bell peppers.
I also harvested a couple Amish Paste and Italian Heirloom tomatoes. While I am overrun with squash of all sorts, I have yet to experience a tomato glut. In fact, aside from the small salad tomatoes I haven't gotten enough to eat my fill fresh, let alone have any to can.
Sunday was a beautiful fall day, crisp and delicious in the morning, with an almost too warm afternoon. I spent most of the day working 'out back'.
I am working to tear down an old pallet fence, pull out the weed trees, patch the stone wall where I can or pull it out where it's too far gone, all to run some chainlink.
I will say the pallets have lasted well, considering that they were just wired together and have been sitting on the ground all this time. Besides that, the pallets in this area were also part of the compost bins.