What do you do when you have a 'scape goat?' Well, the hubs read on the web to tape a piece of PVC pipe to their horns. He did and it worked for a day! When I went outside earlier, one side was hanging on one horn, so I pulled it off. She tried to go through the fence again as I watched, but didn't make it. I'm hoping she'll get just a little bigger so she can't squeeze through! Delilah doesn't try, just feisty Daisey!
I finished the applesauce and had ten half-pint jars. That will be enough for us I think. We don't eat applesauce, so I'll probably use it in recipes for oil replacement. I would like to get more apples before they're all gone so I can dehydrate some or make apple pie filling. I have about 3 or so pounds to do something with, but I was going to make some more fried pies. Maybe tomorrow? I also want to do something with three cucumbers. They are the pickling kind so I want to make bread and butter pickles. I'll probably get 2 pints from them. I can do that tomorrow also? Maybe the next day. I got a call from the u-pick farm saying they have more canning tomatoes, but I said no. I hope I don't change my mind! Are ya'll still putting up? I hope to get out some Fall decorations tomorrow too, or it will be Thanksgiving before I know it! Thanks for reading! Blessings from Bama!
|Ten half-pints of applesauce.|
|The PVC on Daisey's horns.|
|She looks like a longhorn!|
|A glimpse of how bright the sun is shining on the house!|
|Another beautiful rose!|
|Too bad we don't like pesto! We are blessed with basil!|
|This grill was purchased for much cheaper than one part on the Primo (grill on right damaged earlier in year by straight line winds) would cost! It works better for me! I can lift the lid without straining!|
|Daisey and Delilah! Daisey is covered with beggar-lice!|
|The warm weather keeps the Keria blooming.|