Monday, September 3, 2012

Monday Musings & Miscellanea


Photo taken at our local farmer's market

Happy Labor Day

22 comments:

  1. Happy Labour Day to you as well not that we get it here! Love that photo. Have a great week, Diane

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  2. Now that's an odd looking... squash? Gourd?

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  3. Happy Labor Day!

    Lovely cucumbers.

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  4. I finally saw your long beans:) Our markets are one post behind you!

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  5. Have a safe and relaxing Labour Day, Sam.

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  6. Odd shaped cukes! The one on the bottom almost looks like a snake... Happy Labor Day-Have Fun:@)

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  7. Happy, wonderful, great Labor Day to you, hugs Flavia

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  8. Beautiful photo! I made your tomato tart and am blogging about it tomorrow -- it was DELICIOUS!

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  9. Are those burpless English cucumbers?Nature at its' best......hope you had a wonderful and relaxing holiday!

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  10. Isn't it fun to see how thing grow? Often had freaky veggies when I had a garden.
    There's a palm tree (!) in a yard near us that leans parallel with the ground. Always makes me look and wonder how on earth it happened. And how it remained in the ground at such an angle.

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  11. you have me missing my farmers market. I havent been able to go in a few weeks bc of kids being sick and I am home sick so to speak! LOL!~

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  12. Wow! I remember when my grandfather was in the newspaper for growing the largest zucchini in the state! Mother Nature has a funny sense of humor now and then!

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  13. Artistry Sam!...
    I do love a Farmers Market... xv

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  14. Nice pictures Sam...hope you had a great Labor Day weekend :)

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  15. A fun photo, there's such an amazing variety of squash, it blow my mind!

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  16. Nothing like a little Monday musing.

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