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Fall

September 22, 2009
Sunflowers keep blooming into fall.

Sunflowers keep blooming into fall.

According to the tv news meteorologists, fall begins at 2:18 pm today. Besides the official announcements by the weather forecasters, I have other ways to tell that fall is coming, like cool mornings with lots of dew. Or days that when you work in the sun you get hot, but if you work in the shade you are cold.  Here are a few pictures from around the garden that let me know that fall is here:

Sunrise is coming around 7 am now.

Sunrise is coming around 7 am now.

Lots of morning dew.

Lots of morning dew.

Hubbard squash are just about ready.

Hubbard squash are just about ready.

The Rouge Vif D'Etampes pumpkins are about ready, too. (I love that name.)

So are the Rouge Vif D'Etampes pumpkins. (I love that name.)

We just got a load of wood for the winter.

We just got a load of wood for the winter.

The Dominique on the left is starting to molt. I'll take more pictures when she looks worse.

The Dominique on the left is starting to molt. I'll take more pictures when she looks worse.

It ends up you couldn't see the dew on the tomato plant in this picture, but I like it anyway.

There was morning dew on this tomato plant. Ends up you can't see it, but I like the picture anyway.

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One Comment leave one →
  1. Johnny permalink
    September 26, 2009 3:09 am

    “Swiss Chard” was the answer to a question on Cash Cab tonight.
    I woulda got it.

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