There is enough produce growing in my garden to challenge the weeds.
Peaches are almost ripe.
This is how we harvest beans...
we pull out the entire plant and pull the beans while sitting in the shade.
Enough beans to last all winter.
You do know how beans grow.
We pulled the first onions at the same time.
The rest will have to grow some more.
A family portrait, the Farmer, his dog and the photographer.
Onions drying on the wall.
(Look how clever is Mr G. He places plastic wrap into the sieve first to form Pesto packets).
Liesel has been pampered. The rest of the Farmers are shaking their heads. They all say that she should be with the rest of the herd by now. In the meantime I'm still bottle feeding her 4 times a day
Liesel likes to spend time under an old apricot tree. Hope she does not get sick from eating apricots and their pits.
Will her Father recognize her when she is put with the rest of the herd? I know that her Mother won't care, she is the one who abandoned my little charge.
I will be like a mother duck who watches her ducklings going for their first swim.
Hope your week goes swimmingly.