I like to track my harvested produce from my 3 small raised beds each year. I can't find last year's tally so as to compare this year to then, but oh well: I know in general my harvest was down this year, for whatever reason(s).
Cucumber: I started out with 2 cucumber plants. One died due to lack of water 1 day too long: mia culpa. Still, I got 7 cucumbers from the remaining plant for a total of 78 ounces.
Tomatoes: I had mostly cherry tomatoes as the chipmunks are less inclined to go after them. I think I had 4 plants. I had a total of 360 cherry tomatoes and 7 larger tomatoes totalling 43.6 oz.
Zucchini: I had one plant bearing just 5 zucchini, or 47 oz.
Asparagus bean: i grew them, but didn't always eat them. Guess I don't really like them.
Delicata squash: First year growing these, and I prefer them to other squash since you don't have to peel them and they're easier to cut up. I had I think 2 plants and got 16 squashes out of them, or 11.6 lbs' worth.
Eggplant: Just 1 plant overtaken by morning glories: 2 eggplants totally 1.5 lbs.
Stringbeans. 27.6 ounces
Snow peas: I have a fall crop going but from spring I harvested nearly 3 lbs.
That's all she wrote.
I've been super busy managing my father's many doc and dentist appointments. Tomorrow he has part 2 of a root canal started a month ago; then the day after that, we're headed to the VA for his first visit. Next week, we head for a different VA location for their 3-hour low vision clinic. Oh happy joy. They offered me this spot after I initially booked a visit a few days before Christmas. I figured this was better.
Next up, will try to schedule flu and covid shots for both of us. So far, CVS does not seem to have much supply available. I did at least order my new supply of free covid test kits.
I wrapped up my latest story this morning, which means the paycheck will follow in about a week. Only about 23 more stories to do over the coming year and then I retire for good. In the meantime, I enjoy the paycheck, but doing the writing just feels like a chore, with deadlines.