Tonight the wind has veered round to the south and the late evening temperature is a balmy eight degrees but yesterday we had our lowest frost so far this Autumn:
Due to the frost we cleared the remaining tomatoes from the large polytunnel, Zenith
leaving it a bit denuded
This batch are sunning themselves
the larger ones have been roasted
and pureed as soup for the freezer.
The starlings have been busy making themselves at home
and other birds have been active
Although chilly, the sun has shone through
and we continue harvesting fuel for next winter
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Love seeing the show wagon in your photo! We pulled up half our toms yesterday, but loads of green cherry ones …. and even in chutney Inprefer the red ones.