Things are definitely winding down. Last week I picked two and a half pounds of pole beans and a summer squash. This week there was only one harvest. The weather has been persistently cloudy and rainy, and the lack of solar radiation has definitely taken its toll. Still there was nearly a pound of beans and a nice squash to be had. The carrots are small. I don't know what the problem is with this bed but nothing has done well in it since the spinach and lettuce were harvested in the spring. It definitely gets a heap of compost in a week or so.
That may be the last squash although there is one more on the plant that may or may not mature. And I'll pick a nice batch of chilis in a few days, enough to dry for chili powder.
Closing in on 300 pounds, a new record for me. That will be a cinch, with parsnip, sweet potatoes and the second set of winter squash still to come.
To see what other people pick this time of year, head on over to http://daphnesdandelions.blogspot.com/