Fall Harvest in Late Summer

 

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In spite of night time raiders that we have nicknamed “Rototill”, we managed to have an early harvest of our Fall produce.  With good soil and pesticide free food, raccoons, opossums, and skunks have visited us every night throughout the summer.  One pumpkin was consumed along with a watermelon, a cantaloupe, a few tomatoes, squash sprouts, as well as our raised beds and gardens being “rototilled” by morning.  We have tried everything to deter our visitors, but they continue to come.  We are thankful for the harvest that we have despite our visitors.

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