“Some old-fashioned things like fresh air and sunshine are hard to beat. In our mad rush for progress and modern improvements let's be sure we take along with us all the old-fashioned things worth while.” Laura Ingalls Wilder

Thursday, November 04, 2010

(Almost) Wordless Wednesday ... (a day late;)

Indian Summer & the clothesline

second crop of berries

bialy (roll) dough

autumn colors still lingering

some of today's garden pick

6 comments:

Mr. H. said...

I'm so glad it finally stopped raining, we should have had some of our laundry out today too. Nice veggies, carrots are so good this time of year.

Mrs. Mac said...

Mr. H. I can't believe how many sunchokes were under one plant. I am going to have such an abundance if I can store them properly. I was surprised the voles didn't eat them!:)

Maria Stahl said...

I heart your Pyrex bowl with the dough in it. :) I have that one too.

Rebecca said...

What a pleasure to view these pictures of wholesomeness. (I struggled to find the word to describe the feeling they evoked....) They quiet and calm my spirit as I view them.

LynnS said...

Lovely pics....I especially enjoyed the pile of fresh veggies!!

I have not dug the sunchokes yet -- I was waiting for our first week or so of cold weather and a frost. I have heard its best to dig them after a frost but don't really know why. lol

Darla said...

I want a clothes line..