A few glimpses of the month of July, before it is over! The sweet "peaches and cream" corn was ready to harvest...
The day after I picked corn, the wild hogs came in and destroyed the field and ate everything that was left:(
My neighbor Janie grows heirloom tomatoes, and invited us to her annual tomato tasting party. There were so many tomatoes, and the most delicious food, and homemade cakes and pies. I was able to meet so many lovely folks that live here in our little town. It was a fabulous evening!
Janie also grows blueberries...88 huge bushes full! We picked berries and took them home and ate them for breakfast the next day.
Lots of flowers are blooming...the one on the right is called "Rose of Sharon". I didn't know the name, so I posted the picture on Instagram, and several friends identified it for me:)
I had the dirt floor in the big barn leveled out with a backhoe, then had a cement floor poured. This will be a great usable space for events and parties.
We still need to do a bit of fixing up out here, and run water and power, but that is low on the priority list! Here is my daughter and her puppy setting up for a cookout on the 4th...
There's lots happening with the house too...slowly but surely it is all coming together!