You can just feel it in the air that the season is changing even if it's hot again. The early mornings are beautiful with a nice breeze to make it a pleasure to water and take care of the garden. Veggies that quit producing or slow-downed during the 100 degree days, have started producing again and look like they have a new lease on life.
This is one of the little pie pumpkins I planted. I'm going to cook a couple and see how they do in pumpkin bread. I picked a little of my bittersweet but it isn't ready yet -- it hasn't popped open. I have so much grapevine growing around that I think I'll make some wreaths. The only thing I have to watch out for is sometimes poison ivy sneaks in the grapevine.
I've got lots of projects I need to get done before Leola's fall open house so it will be a busy couple of weeks.
Have a great weekend.