"If you're not living on the edge, you're taking up too much space." — AnonymousAnother beautiful day in North GA. Short ride this morning up to Tate to get out and enjoy the scenery. I think I see a pattern forming here. We went to the same little crossroads diner for breakfast.
That's me on the back - ridin', smilin' and clickin' a few photos along the way.
I've been saving up (time and fun tickets) to stop in at this little place. I know there will be something I just can't live without.
Made a stop for a few groceries. I think I'm going to make some iced-tea and add a splash of this limeade in with it. Mix it up a bit - live dangerously.
Here's the beginning of my fall garden. First time to ever plant: broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage and collard greens.
All of the peppers are looking good. This Jalapeño plant is loaded. My Carolina Wonder bells are just starting to turn red and the Habaneros are a pretty color of HOT HOT HOT orange.
This is the mystery squash - it's a volunteer. I have no idea what it is - maybe a gourd? Maybe a zucchini? The leaves are huge - the blossoms are yellow and smell like a squash blossom but the fruit itself does not smell like a squash to me. Anyone happen to know what it is?