just like September 11th. Rather than go to Hatcher Pass as I did last year, I played bugle at a ceremony at the Mat-Su Wall of Honor, and gardened. Here are some garden images.
Above, Snow peas and Sugar Ann peas, still ripening nicely.
Overgrown broccoli flowers:
Very ripe Suyo cucumbers, in the greenhouse:
Bloomed out fireweed, going to seed - like we need more:
A reddened fireweed, with Neklason Lake in the background:
A ripening Black from Tula tomato:
A group of all four tomato types we are growing: Black from Tula, Green Zebra, Stupice and Black Cherry tomatoes, with more Stupice growing behind them:
Mature Spearmint plants. Judy made a leg of lamb recipe Sunday that included a lot of mint leaves. Yum!
My favorite flower box that Judy put together this summer:
A cornucopia: Red cabbage, four kinds of tomatoes, red potatoes and dried tomatoes (some are in olive oil in the Kerr jar):
A lone purple poppy: