One last look inside the greenhouse. It's been a good year. Our first freeze was forecast for Thursday night, so Wednesday was a big day picking through the garden.
The last of the green tomatoes, more dry beans, a few cukes, my seed cuke, a handful of peppers, the last dill weed, all of the cabbages, a few more peas for seed, a lone broccoli head, and a few cobs of corn. There are still beans out there, that I never got to, and might not, though I'd like to get them in for seed. I picked another bucket of beets, though they'll be fine underground as well. Carrots still need pulling as well, before I can set the turkeys loose in the garden.
Beet pickles, and one final jar of dills.
I'm canning the smaller heads of cabbage for lazy cabbage rolls this winter. The larger heads will go in the freezer whole. More salsa to be made, and horseradish to harvest. Still plenty to do, even after the freeze.