It's starting to feel like autumn here. We had enough apple-pickers last weekend to run wagon rides into the orchard, and on Sunday night the temperatures dipped into the sixties. The fall crop of green beans is finally ready this week -- we lost the summer crop to the June-July drought -- and we expect to start picking the first winter squashes. Down the road you can look forward to three different kinds of shell beans, sweet potatoes, and a lot of pumpkins. Eat well.