Friday, July 3, 2009

Catch-up Photos for the 4th

I've taken lots of photos recently that haven't made it to my blog for one reason or another. Here's a random batch that you might enjoy:

First tomatoes this summer, from our Early Girl plants that we raised in the greenhouse

Half-runners, the first of many, I think. This was the basket we sold.

On the storytelling trail in St. Mary's, WV--hey, this was a small cone! I wonder what their large looks like?

Author Fran Cannon Slayton (on right) and a program attendee

Long may she wave. (Taken from a window at work. )


Book sale madness


Waiting for the harvest

Architecture feature on a building near where I work--I never noticed it until last week.

The hills of home

7 comments:

Janet, said...

Susanne, did Larry share his ice cream cone with you or did you have your own? Guess what, I won an advance copy of Fran Slayton's book! Can't wait to get it in the mail.

Twisted Fencepost said...

I did enjoy those pics!
I'm so envious of those green beans. But mine are doing better this year than they have before. But that's not saying much. We really need a soaking rain.

Granny Sue said...

Congratulations, Janet! I think you'll enjoy it.

TF, we've had so much rain it's been a problem. A lot of people are having trouble with blight now.

solsticedreamer~laoi gaul~williams said...

one of those cones would suit me right about now to soothe my sore throat :)

Tony said...

I often get the same reaction when I make an ice cream cone at Chick-fil-A "Thats a small!?"

Granny Sue said...

Ice cream is a rare treat for us--I try to watch what I eat and Larry's diabetic. So when we ordered small cones, we certainly weren't expecting anything like these!But we did our valiant beat to eat them;-)

Matthew Burns said...

I'd love to have your "Waiting for the Harvest" photo, matted & framed, and hanging in our upstairs hallway. It just makes me happy to look at it.
I looks like something that would be found in Country Magazine.

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