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Heading to the Austin Farmers Market in the morning. We’ve got to get there early to make sure we get the best pickin’s.
Daily Farm Pic 08.07.09 am
Daily Farm Pic 08.07.09 pm
The drip irrigation on corn, squash and pumpkins.
Another Dragonfly…

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A wide variety of bugs have been hard at work on the Round Rock Funny Farm. There are numerous types of dragonflies in our gardens. They are flying in with many different colors. I think they’re happily eating any mosquitoes or flies they can find.
Daily Farm Pic 08.05.09 am
Daily Farm Pic 08.05.09 pm
A still dragonfly.
A nice, tall Red Velvet Okra plant. It’s just under 5ft tall.