It really doesn't feel like we are saying goodbye to summer, with another week of temperatures in the 30's forecast. The garden is telling me that we are though, with tomatoes coming in every day and beans, oh the beans! Are your outdoors telling you that the seasons are shifting?
I'm loving these big, juicy tomatoes this year! They can really bulk out a curry and a single slice is enough to add to a sandwich.
most fascinating book from the library and am totally in awe with the unlimited options available when it comes to spinning textured art and novelty type yarns! Truly an art form in itself and a whole other world when compared to the standard two ply yarns I have been spinning up until now ..
hugelkultur bed that was built a few weeks ago when I hosted veggie group here. Two rows of brassicas; broccoli, cauliflower and kale are making their way upwards and outwards under some repurposed curtain netting. The white cabbage moth is still around and I must make a point of being more vigilant about checking for eggs/larvae. Chewed leaves can happen in an instant, leaving only the skeletal remains of a tender young seedling..
Hoping your enjoying the changing of the seasons, be it warm or cold.
Have a great week out there, peeples!