Clear, sunny, perfect day for the Ravens to open in Baltimore. Good to see that they won.
We did lots of things outdoors today before and after the game. Some wire maintenance for my husband.
Me, checking out the lone squash in the garden, and bringing in almost all the remaining tomatoes. This year, they seem to be slowing down a bit early.
I only have about eight green tomatoes left on the vine.
The freezer is almost full. Today, between games, I cut up the habaneros and the jalapenos for the jelly. Found all the material to do the canning. Tomorrow will be canning day. I have to decide how hot I want this jelly to be. I got about 10 habaneros from the CSA. The recipe calls for 6-15 depending on what level of heat you want.
I also roasted the remaining paste tomatoes and put them away in the freezer. Took all the pesto out of the ice cube trays and divided the cubes up into small containers to keep.
Roasted three more heads of garlic, resulting in a full jar of soft tasty garlic to use in recipes.
Tomorrow there may be showers. That will be good as we are crossing our fingers that there will be no restrictions for the Equinox Twilight Hikes at the Conservancy, next Sunday night, the 22nd.
They should be fun, if the weather stays this lovely. Family hiking ending at the campfire for stories and s’mores. Followed at twilight by the adult hike.
It’s a “bring your own” hike. Musical instruments to play. A few snacks to supplement the s’mores for the adult crowd.
Check out the details on the Conservancy web page. If you want to enjoy the changing of the seasons.