Just had to show these off! After nursing, watering and tying up 15 tomato plants all summer, we yielded about six of these tomatoes. They were harvested from healthy plants that towered 6 to 7 feet high-guaranteed to produce one pound tomatoes! My husband Karo says, "That's it! No more tomatoes! I'm not planting anymore!" But, he said that 2 years ago when we got the same results. I think he can do it next year, don't you?
Tomorrow is the last day to vote on my survey for the two famous Indian Rivers...of course, no one has voted yet! I guess I'll beg some more and then try again. I can't give away prizes, but I can give the winner honorary mention on my blog! (That is, if you reveal your name as a voter!)
And I have a couple of new and exciting posts coming up soon. Can't wait for Halloween...got a lot of work to do, heh?
Our Grandson Shawn will be spending the weekend with us, so we'll be pretty busy. I gave him an apple the other nite and he really enjoyed it. Wish I could have gotten a picture of it. But, ALAS! I have more apples-and practice makes perfect.
I'll leave you tonite with a phrase from Anderson Maxwell's "September Song"
"But it's a long, long while from May to December, and the days grow short when you reach September"