Friday, September 08, 2006

long shadows of September






if you look real close you can see my new house.

high today 60. Low tonight around freezing. I covered up everything I wanted to in the garden. High tomorrow: 58. Autumn is here. I am wearing wool socks.

4 comments:

pablo said...

I wish I were there to see it all in person. Imagine! Freezing temperatures. I seem to remember something about them.

clairesgarden said...

you live in such a lovely place. glad your garden is producing good food. I always grow onions from seed, sown in the greenhouse in January. I eat them as they grow so don't have enough to store and even the ones left now are not huge, the biggest is still smaller than tennis ball size. I have a perpetual onion called a 'welsh onion' it bunches up and I pull side ones off to eat, it survives the cold here without protection but I don't know if they can be picked and stored.
http://www.thegardenersalmanac.co.uk/
I am jealous of your parsnips, despite re-sowing I have about four in total, I think it was too dry for them to germinate.

Floridacracker said...

Fall temp envy.

Pam in Tucson said...

I can see the new rafters! Beautiful photos - long shadows, golden sunlight.