Some veggies and flowers still in bloom—but not for long
It’s not yet official, but it looks as if The One Square Mile of Hope event broke the Guinness Book record for the largest number of canoes and kayaks on the water in a raft.
I wasn’t one of the participants but I congratulate the hard work of the committee that made it happen for Susan G. Komen for the Cure of breast cancer—a most worthy cause.
I’m sure there will be posters available of the aerial photograph. Thanks to all the committee members and volunteers who made this possible in the little Town of Inlet. We are on the map again.
Our weather has been great but I hope we don’t have to pay for it later in the fall. While driving south last Friday we hit the peak leaves.
They showed changes all the way to Saratoga and even more on the way back home on Sunday.
Though fall is in the air, I’m still picking pole beans and a few tomatoes. My gourds have outdone themselves this year.
They come in so many shapes and sizes that I’m always amazed when I pick them each fall.
I mix them all together in one location and get many different colors and shapes.