The summer is winding down, and so much remains undone.I have to watch where I step, because it is almost late afternoon. Snakes may be underfoot.Parsley to the left of me, potatoes to the right.The soil is quite rich. (Hat tip to our mulch pile, fortified by chicken manure).Black beans, which dried on the vine.Garlic, a work in progress. Replanting the garlic. Investing in the culinary future.Tiger melons, stalking the jungle.“Even when the garden doesn’t look its best, you can always find enough here to eat for a day.” (Easily.)The sorrel was planted last year. Bryon tilled the soil, turning over what was left, and it just kept growing.A sweet potato lurking in the center of a wheel of roots and leaves.Casaba melon, very sweet and floral. Also good in fruit smoothies.One of today’s harvest.