The potatoes are finally all in. The russet bed was the one I was most interested in. They're our favorites. In all, I ended up with close to 200 lbs of potatoes. It sounds and looks like a lot, but they'll be eaten in our house. We love our potatoes.
Unfortunately, so do the groundhogs who dug a hole in my potato bed. They took bites out of around 20 pounds of potatoes that then ended up in the compost. The stinkers built their hole by the back fence where I couldn't see them. Toby couldn't get to them because his electric fence is inches from their hole and he would get shocked. There isn't anything for them to eat now. I'm sure they will disappear until next year.
The week saw the last of the tomatoes and peppers that were pulled. I have to admit, I was so sick of tomatoes that many just got composted. I'll probably regret that next year. Not pictured is broccoli and a few more carrots.
All that is left now are the fall crops. They're doing very well, so they'll be regular players from now on.