a tale of tails, tenacity, and tedium, as told by me, usually barefoot and bellowing

Friday, August 13, 2010

Crops Growing

14 comments:

Journaling Woman said...

There's something about freshly grown produce that makes me happy.

T

becky said...

Gail! I am envious of your bounty! I long some day to have a home & space to garden. My mom sends me pics like these of hers... and I always wonder, like you, how she has the energy to work so hard in the garden after a long day at work! ( I often just collapse on the couch!)
:)

lisa said...

I love the garden but I have to say that I am ready for it to be done;)

Judy said...

What are the little green fuzzy things?

Rural Rambler said...

Very good things Gail that have maanged to come out of this hot, hot, HOT summer! Enjoy your garden goodies but let the heat be gone!!

ellen abbott said...

full of beauty and life. ours is in shambles.

Ninny said...

The best kind is home grown, I always say! Looks delish! The best thing about all this heat is the okra.

Liz

Farm Girl said...

How pretty and everything looks so nice. Gardens are so rewarding.

Pat said...

It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown!

Nice crops! Wink, wink!

Rudee said...

Nice haul!

Someone with a long nose keeps stealing my peppers. Brat! Of course, it could be the bunnies or chipmunks. I haven't caught my own fella red pawed. Yet.

Nezzy said...

MMMMmmmmm, your 'crops' are gorgeous girl. You must be OUT-STANDIN' in your field! Heeehehehe...

Enjoy your day sweeite!

Pyatshaw said...

Such exotic looking crops!

Callie said...

Beautiful photos of your garden's bounty. There is nothing quite like the warm fresh smell of just picked veggies and fruit. Your photos bring that to mind. Wonderful.

Country Girl said...

Wow! Your garden is great. That last one is my favorite.

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