Thank you for the guided tour of your garden. It is great to hear a Southern accent again! My Brother-in-Law is from AL, sounds kinda similar to my ear. Love your blog, I'm gonna put a link to mine! Go get that squash bug!
Just swinging by quickly to wish you a Happy Father's Day, EG!! Hope you have a great day with the family!!-Kate
Matron - welcome to the blog! Where in AL. is your BIL from?Kate - Thanks!
You really know how to hurt a Granny, don't you? My first two yellow crooknecks didn't get pollinated...but I see I have both male & female on the vine now, so maybe.....Happy Father's Day!
Granny - that's too bad....I'm sure you'll get some soon. Thanks! Make sure you check out my next post!!!!
Beautiful garden! I am glad to know that you are going to cut that cucumber. I have one that size and wasn't sure if it was ready or not LOL And those beans! wow!Happy Father's Day!Jen
EG, I'm dyin' here. I can't get the film to come up.
Hi EG! Greetings from northern Wyoming! I really enjoyed the video tour of your main box!Your garden is looking sooo good! I can't believe how tall your plants are! My cuke plants are just itty bitty right now.
I got it! For some reason I can't access the films on my own computer, but I can on the man's. Everything is looking fantastic, EG!
Wow your garden is looking really good, EG! I just knew that squash bug was driving you crazy. LOL!
Loved looking at your garden! I am so jealous of your cucumers and cantelopes. I am in Alaska so none of those grow in my garden.
Ah, I live for you to say "Ain't no big thing!" Made my day, thanks. And I just new you'd come back around to that squash bug. Glad to see you got a few more since I last visited. I agree that that garden rocks. Funny that your zuchini will create a canopy over your garden bed, hehe. I love that you used your protective fence as a makeshift trellis! Creative.
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