Hah! I got in....yey!Leigh, I so have enjoyed reading your blog this summmer. SO many wonderful images and I love your wit.I am so glad you got tomatoes...I was just talking to hubs about blighte now that you explained it to me...and we were lucky this year too.Continued wonderful summer to you...and it is not too late to meet up by the lake.(I am still waiting)Love to youCamilla
they are so beautiful. enjoy!
hey! comments are back on! love that.love that beautiful basket of tomatoes. you'll be enjoying he taste of summer all winter long.
Harvesting home grown produce is so satisfying. looks like you are enjoying a bountiful harvest.Blessings~
A canner purring away is a wonderful thing... along with good music, even better!
I agree, never too many tomatoes. I'm torn between rationing and gorging.
It definitely makes any gardener happy, when harvest is by the baskets... full! ~bangchik
Just got back from Pittsburgh after settling my daughter at RMU. I must tell you how much I love your area. Sewickley is such a lovely little town, I am truly in love with it.How fortunate you are to live in such a wonderful part of the world.Oh and the shopping is pretty darn good as well!Lisa
I KNOW!!!!! Ours were wiped out last year too. I don't know what I'm going to do when not just walking out back and plucking one to eat.BLT's will just not be the same.
I agree, I never have enough tomatoes. Glad you've got lots this year!
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