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Fall is in the Air

I don’t usually reblog, but this story is about my visit to my family farm in Oregon. Many of the same gardening scenarios are playing out here in Ohio as well. I will add that I made a killer fresh fermented salsa from my father’s produce! I really should share… but for now, YUM!

Hubbard's Garden Shed

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The squash are slowing down, but we still have quite a bit!  The winter squash will be ready before you know it. The squash are slowing down, but we still have quite a bit! The winter squash will be ready before you know it.

It seems crazy that the summer could pass so fast, but already we are waking up to crisp cool mornings and witnessing the slow down in production from the garden. Our month was busy here, not only with the picking, watering, a broken water pump, and attempting to keep up with some of the weeds, but also with a visit from one of our other sisters/daughters from back East and a family reunion!

The Hubbard girls, all together back on the farm for a brief time. The Hubbard girls, all together back on the farm for a brief time.

The last of the corn has now been picked, and we’re lucky if there is any still in the garden shed to be sold at this very moment. Harvesting our practically legendary sweet corn has been quite effective at bringing customers out…

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