Thursday, September 19, 2013

Harvesting photos and food

Images from home this week:

Images from the vineyard down the lane:

All I could gather without a bushel basket this morning:

I've got to head back out with a bowl for tomatoes. I think I'll make Zucchini-Tomato Toss and a rice pilaf with carrots and onions for supper. There's nothing like 'shopping' at home!

That's it for now from . . .

6 comments:

Mary Ann said...

Your carrots are gorgeous, Michelle! I have never been able to grow them, even in the raised beds. Argghhhh!

Monica said...

Gorgeous veggies...gorgeous pictures!

thecrazysheeplady said...

Gorgeous pics!!!

Susan said...

I am with Mary Ann - I have carrot envy! Beautiful picture of the full moon, Michelle. And I love those misty pix.

Elizabeth Pollock said...

What great photos! I love the foggy morning shot with the trees best but they are all lovely... I just have this thing for foggy mornings in the woods, giggle!
Hope you are enjoying your weekend.
Hugs,
Beth
P.S. have you tried any of the wire-wrapping yet?

Michelle said...

Mary Ann and Susan, I have found ONE variety of carrot that works here – so I stick to it! (Scarlet Nantes – and they are GOOD.)

Thanks, Monica and Sara. :-)

I love fog, too, Beth. It's even foggier this morning, but I'm on the way out the door to church so no time for photos. I haven't done any more wire-wrapping since your wonderful gift arrived; my one beach outing this morning didn't yield any good shell candidates. I've been eyeing some lovely specimens Brian got from Saipan for Christmas; I wonder if he'd miss them? ;-)