Well today was on of the last few harvest days for me. Still have walnuts and grapes to harvest, and that will be tomorrow. The pictures here are from what I was able to squirrel away for the next few months. Not too bad for cool morning.
I am thinking salad with dinner tonight. Yums.
A few of the different squash Butternut, and Kuri squash.
Nice pile of sunchokes. All this from two plants. Still have more to harvest but will leave it until after the first frost.
A few melons to end the year with.
And a view of the green room where all went to storage. I think I will be making a few friends by passing a few of these out. I know they won't all get eaten here. Ha ha..
This is a great theme for harvest time, although all of my pictures are from Florida. Wonderful banner shot by Randall; looking at it I saw the detail of a man on the rightmost boat showing through the sail. It's just great and I am sorry I didn't see it when I first looked at the picture.
I love vegetables, but my pictures are all fruits.
A papaya tree
Loquats. These trees are popular in Florida, but I do not know if the fruit is edible.
Berries in a dark chocolate cup, and chocolate on top.
All things Maritime, well I had to go dig around a bit for this one. It is a shame too. My grandfather was a shipbuilder and I spent countless hours playing, working (as a kid) around the boat house. Always by the water in most cases. But then to go and look for Maritime shots, I find I am coming up short. So I will do my best for this one Anders.
This was back in the early 80s in Singapore. The crew was heading out for a day of fishing.
Raising the sails, always took a bit of teamwork.
Smaller in size but there are the big boats too.
Oh yes let us not forget the Vikings. They were some of the early birds.
Now remember to keep the brass clean and a careful eye out for shallow water. and by all means have a happy sailing day.