Wednesday, August 03, 2011


 Bee on Bee Balm, Raspberry Wine
                  Butterfly on Nanho Blue

Butterfly on Black Knight

Harvested over 50 TomatoBerry tomatoes from 2 plants, last night. Along with 4 Cubanelle peppers. 

So, we made dinner! Stuffed the peppers with shredded mozzarella cheese and sour cream and wrapped them in bacon. Roasted at 400 for 20 mins. Tossed tomatoes with sea salt and basil. Oven baked pork chops, recipe courtesy America's Test Kitchen and it is an awesome recipe!

Today, I am sad. Something is wrong with my good lens on my camera. It is broken, for sure, but how broken, I don't know. I am sick over it, I love this camera so much. There are many more expensive lenses out there, and this one is a couple hundred bucks. So sad!!!


  1. That dinner looks delicious! Your tomatoes and peppers look very bright and unflawed. You must be doing a lot of work in your veggie garden.

    Sorry to hear about the lens. What a bummer!

  2. Great photos-sorry about the lens.
    And dinner? It looks so delicious.
    Congrats on your harvest. I'm still waiting for tomatoes.....

  3. Lovely photos and that meal looks fantastic. Sorry about your lens, but maybe it can be repaired.
    Cher Sunray Gardens

  4. Your dinner looks amazing. I have a nanho, too. But the lack of winter moisture and the current heatwave have made it a little worse for wear. Thanks for following and I'm following you, too.

  5. Great photos - I love the first one of the bee. Your meal looks very tasty. We have lots of tomatoes at the moment, too:)

  6. Your harvest is awesome especially considering my harvest still consists of peas (peas in August!!!).
    Honestly though I love the flowers and critters on them most! Great capture.

  7. Lovely photos! Looks delish. Thanks for your comment on my blog!


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