Monday, September 22, 2014

Last Day of Summer

I went to our local flower, garden shop.  They had the flowers on sale for ten dollars each.  I couldn't refuse.  It is nice to have flowers towards the end of the season.  The leaves are turning and the garden plants are just about done.  I put up 35 quarts of tomatoes this weekend, next weekend it is time to put up our sauerkraut.  Then all that is left is the brussel sprouts.  We are still getting a few green peppers and tomatoes. It is time to start thinking about getting things ready for the winter months.  We finally got the last of our hay in, and now it is time to finish getting the wood chopped and split.  We will be ordering another load of logs soon.  

Hope you have a great week.

1 comment:

Far Side of Fifty said...

New Guinea Impatiens...and they are beautiful! Happy Fall!