The Outback Steakhouse, that is. I finally got a night off, but only because we were celebrating our 49th. wedding anniversary. We had a really good dinner, and such a nice waitress. As we were conversing with her, I mentioned we were celebrating, and here she came, after dinner, with a giant hot fudge sundae for us to share!
I was quite busy in the garden today. The summer planted bush beans are beginning to bear, and I really do already have a LOT of beans in the freezer, so I pulled out the main crop of pole beans. It was difficult, as they were still producing and blossoming, but they were also shading the morning glories that haven't even budded yet. Maybe with a little sunlight the flowers will bloom before frost. The raspberry patch had grown a lot of small suckers, so I got all of those removed and raked up. I fact, I got the entire north garden and kennel garden cleaned up, weeded and raked out. A second Brandywine got removed, it was too close to death to bear ripe fruit. Of the Brandywines, only the yellow one is left, and it may go soon. I did get a couple of nice tomatoes from it, and had a delicious BLT from one for lunch today. I also cut a bunch of runners from the strawberries, many of which were growing outside the edges of the bed.
All the kids and grandkids are coming over for a barbecue on Sunday, a late anniversary party. We get to just sit back while they provide all the food, drink and even the paper plates and plastic utensils. I did insist on providing the pickles, relishes, sweet onions and tomatoes.