We are starting to get down pretty close to frost at night now, so the garden produce is coming in. The zucchini is now chopped up and in the freezer waiting for the opportunity to become zucchini bread this winter. The peas supplied enough for 30 meals for two. The beets and potatoes are still in the ground waiting to be processed this week, along with the carrots.
We got enough red peppers this year to make two batches of red pepper jam! It is gooood!
Tomorrow is dry-the apple-day. Hopefully the dehydrator will do a decent job of it. This is also a first for us.
They should make a tasty snack for the deer hunts.
I like fall, as there is so much to do! Also, when the temp gets down to +4C ( or 38F), there are no mosquitos, black flies, or no-see-ums.
Once again the Lord has been good to us, returning about a 100 fold yield!