Monthly Archives: August 2017

Summer Flush

These okra flowers are a bit of tropics in the northeast. The pods can grow huge within a few days and the two-inch pod in the picture will probably become an eight-inch behemoth by Sat. They are edible raw, and … Continue reading

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Moving On

Do you see it? The single untouched corn? This is our corn patch among the weeds. You would think the camouflage would help to disguise the ears of corn. The potatoes grew fairly well this year, a first for us! … Continue reading

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The Birds

I thought we put up the bird scares early enough. But the silver tapes that flutter up high in the wind didn’t scare these birds. They swooped in anyways. Doing my yearly ritual of scavenging leftover portions of corn. The … Continue reading

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