This weekend my husband decided he'd like to make some bean hole beans. Ever had them? I don't know why, but they taste so much better than regular baked beans. Maybe it's all the work and time that goes into digging the hole, building the fire and waiting patiently for them to cook. Whatever the reason is, we love'em!
My husband tending the fire for the beans.
We let'em cook for about 6 hours and then dug them up.
We also cooked some ribs on the smoker.
Sitting out on the deck while everything was cooking was amazing. The smell of the wood fire and the ribs smoking was just the best smell ever.
I hate to see summer leave us, but I can definitely feel fall in the air. Fall is my favorite time of year, but I just don't like what follows.
Our squash plants are getting huge! A sure sign fall is on it's way. The runners are growing right up onto the deck.
This is actually one of our compost piles, but some of the squash seeds that got thrown out decided to grow...and multiply! I LOVE SQUASH! I think there are actually some cucumbers in there, too.
I am just loving this wonderful season and hope that you are enjoying it, as well. We all have so much to be thankful for. God is good!