This morning was overcast, breezy, and with some occaisional misting type rain. Made for perfect conditions for me to get out and finish the new vegetable beds. With my Mantis tiller in hand, which was running OK, but not great, I tilled the last 200 feet of vegetable rows and hand raked then into rows with a metal rake. Can't say it was easy, but I kept telling myself this was the other half of the health benefits of my vegetables. Benefit one being that they were mostly organic, but benefit two being the physical work I was doing to grow them. Oh, and the three blisters on my hands will heal just fine.
Although a bit late, I will cram into the fall vegetable garden whatever seeds I have left, but the first real planting on these beds will be the winter garden.