Do you have any trios from your garden? How about a trio of friends or siblings? Anything with three in a photo qualifies as a trio. Join the fun and copy my link and post it into your blog and I’ll be sure to comment (going away for the long weekend so it may not be until next week).
If you have photos of trios why not join the fun and don’t worry if you’ve missed posting on Thursday you can post anytime (just like I did). Just copy the link and paste it into your post and I’ll be sure to get back to you.
The last two photos were taken on the same day but thousands of kilometres apart. My son in London, England was very pleased to come across these three Canada Geese goslings in his neighbourhood park (last photo) and I was delighted to come upon a family of Canada Geese on my walk this morning in our neighbourhood park.
If you’d like to join Thursday Trios you have all week to find photos of ‘threes’. Just copy my link and paste it into your post and I’ll get a ping back. Have fun.
….can’t get over the beans….they just keep producing more
I’m pretty sure that we’re done with the beans now but I see lots of cherry tomatoes still on the vines and the beans that didn’t get picked early enough are now providing a lot of seeds for next years garden. Even the pumpkin plant has a couple more small pumpkins on the vine. The three that I picked should make some nice soup and one is definitely going to Winnie when I see her this week (or at least when I see her mother).
I always enjoy looking at the prize winning produce at the Royal. This year did not disappoint. The giant pumpkins are always a big hit and there was a good variety of oversized root vegetables (some completely unrecognizable). This year there was also a display of perfectly formed vegetables that were grown in a greenhouse.