Squashes are all doing well this year.
The peppers are too, and are loving the wood chip mulch, which we steadily collect - two bins at a time loaded in the back of our car - each time we pass by the nice old man's tree business. Slowly, I'm applying more covering to the rest of the garden area in anticipation of next year.
Finally! Tomatoes are ripening.
Our baby fruits, strawberries and the first apples, picked and swiftly gobbled up.
Planting in the cold frame - lettuce, mustard greens (which keep getting eaten by something - no matter where I plant them!), michilini cabbage, carrots, peas, and daikon radishes.
The two spared freedom rangers turned pre-layers. (The very plump, darker one on the left you may recognize from here).
Sweet old papa goat.
Signs of Autumn.