My house looks sad with everything down and put away. I was surprised nothing fell when we had the 7.1
Yesterday, Ron got the cars filled with gas. The propane tanks filled with propane and all of the other things they tell you to do in case of an emergency. I did mental checklists all day. I think we can survive a few months now just in case. My brother has a water well next door, I am sure we could figure out how to get it to run on a generator if we had to. So much stuff to think of, but I forgot the garden, and today I had to pick it. Here is goes:
|Potatoes-russet and red|
|cucumbers and cantaloupe and some giant zucchini|
|Some more zucchini, dill, and a Tigger Melon|
|I can't wait to taste that.|
|My Chamomile, I need to harvest its flowers for tea.|
|Peter came home and he wants pesto. Bell Peppers|
|Some of my tomatoes.|
Now for the outside pictures of this beautiful garden we have this year. I have taken so many pictures but I haven't wrote that many blogs.
Even my pumpkins love growing up the cattle panels.
So this is today. July so far has been interesting. Keep those poor people in Ridgecrest which is at the epicenter of this in your prayers. I know how tired I was last night, I just can't imagine how exhausted they are because they are having constant earthquakes.
Have a wonderful day,
"If it could be like this always---always summer, always alone, the fruit always ripe..."