Finally a bit of rain came our way – not even 1/2″ so far but we’re glad to get it. I picked all the cucumbers because there may not be anymore without some rain. These are for more hot dog relish.
I picked all the green peppers, too, but I’m hoping for more so I can make pepper jelly.
These smaller cukes and onions are for one batch of bread and butter pickles. The best part is the onions.
All sliced and soaking.
Now the cooking – look at that sweet little onion!
All jars have sealed making it another successful pickle day!
Reed was here yesterday while I made a batch of hot dog relish and then he worked on his punchneedle and I cut up these two tropical print shirts.
I have a plan for these two shirts – I’ll show you as I go.
Any readers from this area who eat at Unkie’s in Thor? We went there last night – delicious steaks!
Still no sign of the black cat named Reedo. The two girls and Mama are back – I wonder where they’ve been.
I finished my quilt with the fabric purchased at Hobby Lobby – pretty soon we will show our quilts here in the blog. Connie is going to quilt hers next week on a machine quilting adventure which she will tell us all about in a future post.
I think I’m caught up on any news from the farm. Reed and I are going to clean floors this week in the chicken pen as well as the gutter in the goat room again. It doesn’t stay clean very long.
I’ll leave you with this beautiful pickle picture!