It was an amazing day -- cool dry air blowing through. Highs in the 70's. This is September weather, even in the mountains of Western North Carolina.
We had delicious costata zucchini squash from the garden as part of dinner tonight -- the first squash of the summer. Totally curious, but I'm grateful. They were delicious.
It's really time for fall veggie change outs, but what am I going to replace? The tomatoes, beans, and squash that are producing?
Hmm, I think I'm just going to sow greens, beets, and more chard along the edges, and maybe lettuces in containers, and hope for a late frost this fall?