What a lovely group of photos SOP. Hoping our spaces look similar next year, right now we are in 100 f. days and 70+f. nights. What we have growing is getting water almost daily to keep the crops from dying prematurely. Sweet potatoes are really rocking though, they love this heat, tomatoes are still doing well but squashes are fading quickly, can't seem to keep enough water on them. Watermelons and cucumbers are still fairing pretty well. This fall we will be adding more amendments so the soil will hold on to more water than this first year of gardening. Next week I have to get a pasture area going for the two gilts we purchased prior to being weened, then it will be time to hunt a choat to be able to breed our new girls when they are old enough. I love your nursery, will be setting up one for us as soon as I get the buildings finished up. I keep thinking that this would go a lot faster if I was already retired.