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August 24, 2011

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Musings from Kim K.

You red wheel barrow is delightful and perfect for holding produce. Gorgeous pics. We worked so hard on our garden (I actually posted about it tonight) and the deer and rabbits really did a number on it. I think I need to fill a mason jar with flowers. Thanks for the inspiration.

Tina

You are so right about the zinnias! Unless perhaps it is a meal made with fresh summer veggies!

I'm jealous of your pickle making. I did several batches of refrigerator pickles that turned out really well, but nothing for later. :(

Your percentages don't add up to 100%? I know exactly what you mean!

laurie magpie ethel

Proof of the garden hiding! Love the wheelbarrow and is perfect for the cucumbers (one veggie I would never grow as I can't STAND them...altho I do like pickles). Happy to see a post from you.

Retromamaramblings.blogspot.com

I look at your photos and think "wow...there are places that are green this time of year." We are baking in Texas and have for the entire summer. Thanks for providing some virtual respite!

Kathy

I love your little red wheelbarrow and your harvest looks, well, good enough to EAT!

Renee

I have to say that enamelware is on my list as a favorite. Very utilitarian. Even lovelier with vegetables. Just finished off a jar of pickles last night. Zinnia's are gorgeous...enjoy....Renee

Mitzi Curi

Ooh, you had a productive garden! I too love zinnias in a Mason jar. They are a flower that will grow even in my garden....

Sharrieboberry

Love your zinnias. I also like them in cobalt blue jars, set on the window sill. :)

Shop Hermes Bags

Good stuff as per usual, thanks. I do hope this kind of thing gets more exposure.

mulberry alexa uk

Don't know what is wrong what is rite but i know that every one has there own point of view and same goes to this one

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