Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Wordless Wednesday.....

Preparing for winter!

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Sandy@JesusandDark Choc said...

Wow!!!!! Great job! Did you grow all the beans? :)
Enjoyed your blog, I will be back. Great tips
Also, I love the picture of your house before and after!!!!!

Laura of Harvest Lane Cottage said...

Now that's a perfect wordless Wednesday post!

I love the header on your blog.

I'm going to bookmark your blog so that I can look more later.


Bridgette said...

Wow! That is a completely foreign concept to me!

Kim said...

Those look yummy! I would love to learn how to do that! I guess I would have to grow them first huh?

Susie said...

Awesome job!

The Laughing Idiot said...

We planted our first garden this year and it looks like our most successful harvests are going to be tomatoes, basil (that stuff grows like a weed), and mini gourds (I only planted these so I didn't have to pay for them for fall decor). I'm going to try my hand at homemade salsa and/or spaghetti sauce. I'm already working on making about a gallon of basil pesto (I have that much basil). We'll see what happens.

Laura of Harvest Lane Cottage said...

Thanks for your comment. I don't know how to give a link to your site on my site; but, I did publish your comment. I hope someone finds you from there. I'm still a bit computer challenged.


Miranda said...

Good for you!! You are a better woman than I. I'm not ready to make that commitment yet, I admire your dedication, I know it must be a rewarding feeling.

Robyn said...

Great job! I so could not do this! If I did, I probably couldnt' eat them later. I don't know why, but something about me storing my own food and me getting sick on it later scares me! lol

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