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Monday, October 18, 2010

Look what was hiding!

Jack found these lurking in the garden underneath a bunch of leaves - heritage butternut squash - that will join the approximately hundred others we have harvested this year.  Before you ask, our garden isn't that big!!  For some reason this was a good year for squash. 

I actually did something creative today, but it's not ready to show you quite yet.  I can tell you though that it's something for the new Art Doll Cool-aberation and I will post pictures soon.

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  1. These are amazing! I love squash... fall is my favorite time for fresh produce! Can't wait to see your doll post!

    ;~) Debi

  2. Can't wait to see what you've been busy creating!

    Love those squash, wish I would have planted some this year. Last year was a bumper year for squash and cucumbers for us.

  3. what will the gardener do with his time if you move i wonder? k.

  4. ou are a big tease! I'm almost finished with Raisa and her journal. Hoping to get her mailed to you a little early.

  5. I'd love to see your creation. What do you do with all the squash? Soup, stew, ...can't think of anything else. Just cooked with butter and brown sugar, or maybe a squash pie??

  6. Wow, I've had a few hide like that too. They look great this time of year don't they!

  7. Nice discovery! I love squash, and had some roasted last night with supper! Yum! 100 squash! Wow! How are you storing that many? Eager to see your doll post.

  8. Those are amazing. I love to find surprises in the garden. But what to do with all that squash. I cant wait to see what you have made. Hope your day is wonderful.
    Hugs, Kim

  9. Isn't it amazing how this stuff can grow right under our noses and we don't see them until we start cleaning up the garden? I had some pumpkins grow like that where I had thrown them the previous fall out in compost pile. The next year they grew and after the frost killed them vines back there were 10 pumpkins! Kind of like Christmas in the garden.


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