It is that time of the year when plants need divided. I have a friend who just built a new home and is need of some landscaping. A good deal for both of us. I am more than happy to share.
We had a wonderful visit. I look forward to our yearly tradition. Phyllis and I spent some time discussing the family cookbook I'm working on, Cozy Cabin Kitchen. I've been adding recipes, photos, and stories like crazy. I want it done by Christmas.
Speaking of cooking. I finally made my beautiful cabbage into coleslaw. 1/2 c. Miracle Whip, 1/4 c. Milk, 2T. Vinegar, and dash if salt and pepper. Don't forget the grated carrot also from the garden. It was perfect.
I got all sorts of good things from the garden and was happy to share.
My husband harvested his giant pumpkin. It weighed a whopping 3 1/2 pounds. He is already making plans for next year.
I picked and ate my Minnesota Midget Melon. They weren't kidding. It was good, but it was mighty small.
Not quite what I was looking for in a melon. That is pretty much my week. Busy, but productive. I have been doing a little bow hunting here and there. So far, I've seen a little badger and this fawn. Tonight I'm watching the bluejays eat the acorns.
I hope you all have a wonderful and productive week.