337 Jars and counting

I have been canning every single day! The garden out did itself this year!
I am at 337 jars as of today.

Tired? Why yes, yes I am LOL... But I am getting close  now to being done for this canning season.  So much  yummy healthy chemical free, preservative free,  pesticide free.....  organic goodies in our pantry!!!

I picked the spaghetti squash it was ready. Ya'll remember the photos of the vines, how they grew and grew and grew some more LOL and were loaded with spaghetti squash... 32 to be exact!! Wooowhooo what a haul! Those are winter squash and my experience has been they keep very well!

 :O)

14 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

good for you!

1st Man said...

WOW!!!!!!! I want to be you when I grow up, LOL! Do you keep them all in a pantry or are they scattered around? I'd love to know what 300+ jars look like, ha.

Patty Woodland said...

You have been a busy canner!

Vickie said...

Hi there - I just hopped over from Lana's blog. I've been canning, too, not as much this year - been gone a lot this past year. Your garden is awesome the way you have it built and the hoop covers - I'd love to do that to mine in the near future. Great garden!

Joy said...

Wow, that is an impressive number of jars!

Our squashes are barely more than blossoms still.....

Terry said...

Now put your feet up and take a break!

Sandy said...

Texan,

Fantastic!!!!
That's a lot of canning and putting away food for future use.

Carolyn said...

Oh my gosh, that is absolutely amazing!! Well done, you! I wish I had your green thumb, AND your preserving skills :)

Lana said...

Awesome!!!

Lana

Lynda said...

Wonderful job! I still have my tomatoes, green beans and peaches to do...maybe the middle of August and then again a month later! I over-did last year, still have 30 pints of green beans, 23 pints of tomato sauce and 16 pints of peaches.

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

Wow you are all set for winter!

Kev Alviti said...

Amazing. I'd love to raid your larder!

Henny Penny said...

I am so excited that I found your blog last night! I need a full day to read and catch up with your interesting posts. I've been canning too but nowhere near what you've done! We also have a Great White Pyrenees, Eli. Love your blog!

Wench said...

Do you dehydrate or freeze any produce?