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I like the challenge!

We finally got some much needed rain yesterday, so it looks like the gardens may produce after all. The farmers markets were looking a bit bare, with some small tomatoes and peppers making up the bulk of the produce. Peaches are nearly nonexistent, corn is late, etc etc etc...


I'm glad that you're planning on doing One Local Summer. My blog friend Matt has offered to include those who were left out of the original signup in a weekly round-up on his blog. You may be interested in signing up on his site. :)


Excellent ideas and great choices! We're having trouble up here finding local food sources, too, but keep looking.


So glad to hear about this effort -- so important. And your photos are enticing. Our tomatoes are still about a month away. I will remember for next year.

I finally got around to the one word meme -- and it will be up tomorrow. Thanks for tagging me.

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