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

Saturday, August 27, 2011

Reaping The Rewards...

from hard, hard work.
Battling through the heat, drought, bugs and garden eaters, the garden has paid my sisters with great rewards.
Grow on, sweet garden.
Thank you, good sisters, for working so hard.
Now, what's for supper?
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14 comments:

sarah said...

I love your garden! Some beautiful looking veg there. Well done - I know how much work that has meant!! x Sarah at Secret Housewife

Granny said...

The bounty from your farm looks wonderful. Many people had complete failure with their gardens this year. You're very fortunate.

Sarah said...

hello hun! Sorry! My last comment was put on when I was using my 'normal' account. This is my 'blogging' account!! Sometimes I am so keen to leave a comment that I can't be bothered to change accounts, but that does leave my profile unviewable. Hopefully this one is friendlier!! Sorry if I looked like I'd shut you out and thank you for your lovely comment! Sarah xxx

♥ Helen said...

Looks very tasty ツ

Dreaming said...

Ahhh, a job well-done! Looks wonderful!
Don't gardens provide such a great sense of satisfaction?!

Dreaming said...

Is that Okra in the bottom bucket? It looks huge!

Farm Girl said...

Lovely pictures of all of your wonderful produce!!!

Sue said...

I don't know what's for supper, but with all those beautiful veggies, I know it's gonna be good!

=)

PS. Great job on the gardening, sisters!!

The Golden Eagle said...

They look wonderful! :)

Nora said...

The abundance is overwhelming.

Jean said...

Hello Gail. You won over at my blog! Congratulations. Please send me your address so I can get it out to you.

labbie1 said...

Nice bounty! I hope you don't cringe when I say this, but the white pumpkin reminds me that it is nearly time for Punkin chunkin! LOVE that show! :)

Judy said...

I have to dig potatoes yet...however, it looks like you will eat well this winter...

Far Side of Fifty said...

Oh I can almost taste that tomato..ours will be ripe in October maybe..ripe and frozen:(
It looks like a great harvest! :)

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