I'm behind horribly with the garden weeding. A broken arm set things back quite a bit. Though I did get some great help with the barn and now it is all back in place again. I'll tackle the garden over my long Fourth of July weekend break from corporate life.
I'm not sure what will be made of it though. It already looks like the radishes and cilantro have drowned, and the peppers are beyond suffering. But the garlic, lettuce and corn look great! I was finally able to harvest some lettuce and make the first salad of the season. That made tolerating all the rain a tad easier. Fresh lettuce is so much nicer than store-bought.
I made some lovely cheesy, onion and bacon scalloped potatoes to go along...
New bunnies have made their appearance. There two larger ones, and now two more that are only a few days old. That's another thing I have to get a handle on. It's well over due time for a grand slaughter of older chickens and bunnies. And the pig will be ready soon too. I'm down to a couple hams, a tongue, some blade steaks, and miscellaneous other cuts, but only a mere pound of the coveted bacon!