It has been a busy end of the summer or start to the fall, however you look at it. Nearly every day the of the last two weeks Kelsi and/or I have been preserving foods for the winter. Whether that is Kelsi's homemade breads, canning, or freezing veggies. We are busy.
We plan to post pictures of the canning we have done at the end of the season. It is more impressive that way.
This pile of tomatoes represents 2.5 gallons of freshly picked deliciousness. A gallon went to fresh salsa that we made yesterday, and the other gallon and a half we dehydrated today.
The beans have finally made it to the top of the trellis which is an 8foot climb.
The trellis sure makes for some easy picking. They just dangle down from between the holes of the trellis.
This is a volunteer squash that grew next to the bean trellis. It trailed up the trellis about 4ft and here grows a nice looking squash. It appears to be a spaghetti squash crossed with a zucchini.
This is the 1.5gallons of cherry/yellow pear tomatoes that are dehydrating right now
Hope your garden is doing well also!
Thanks for reading!