Sunday, September 13, 2009

Harvest time

I took a few photos at the farmer's market yesterday.  There is a huge variety of produce right now.  I didn't really buy much - we have more veggies than we can use around here right now.  I go more for the atmosphere.  
After I got home I worked in my chunk of the garden.  I had a terrible mess with my tomatoes and yanked some of them out (next year I will invest in some real cages to keep things upright).  These baskets are from Uncle Dave and Aunt Mary's part of the garden.  Mine are much greener - this summer has had poor weather for growing tomatoes.
After Charlie got home from work we headed to Grayling, MI for a get together at his Great Aunt and Uncle's house.  We got there after everyone had eaten dinner.  Most of the guys were playing horseshoes while the gals and kids listened and sang along to folk songs on the banjo/guitar.  It feels like Autumn, even though we have a tiny bit of Summer left.


Bob said...

I love your photography. Everything looks beautiful. Sound like you and Charlie had a lot of fun.


Shari said...

Hi Dad!
Glad you got on here to comment!

I can't wait to show you the house. I think you are going to like it a lot.

June said...

The farmers' market is a great inspiration for going home and working in the garden! Happy to have found your beautiful blog...