Monday, October 8, 2007


Just one of the many varieties of chrysanthemums that were available at Elmer's Market in Georgetown, DE.

Peppers--jalepeno, bell, and poblanos, among others--as well as tomatillos.

And pumpkins! A sure sign fall is here. (And right now, the only sign it's here since it's unseasonably warm--90 degrees today--and humid.)

Went to Rehoboth Beach, DE, this weekend. The weather was crappy (hazy, hot, and humid), but I shouldn't complain too much. As one sign in town proclaimed, "You can't complain if you're at beach because, well, you're at the beach."

Rather than pictures of the beach and the ocean, I bring you pictures of this year's harvest. I took these at Elmer's Market just outside of Georgetown, DE. I picked up plums, corn, pumpkins, spaghetti squash, and grape tomatoes. There were also apples, acorn squash, gourds, watermelons, mums, and more!

Photo copyright: D.C. Confidential (10/07)

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