It's getting dark so early these days that it's hard to get good photos before it gets completely dark for the evening. Today's tiny harvest was a couple of large carrots that were planted late summer for a pot of soup for tonight's dinner and a watering can full of water to water the houseplants from the rain barrel. The carrots have taken on a rich orange color after a few frosts and are now be nicely sweet. Even though the harvests are down to some root vegetables, cabbage and hearty winter greens like kale and Swiss chard, it's still nice to have a little something fresh from the garden.
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