My weekend in part was turning those golden plums into jam.
Finally our sweet 100's are beginning to ripen and I picked the very first batch of green beans which have been very slow to come on this year. The cucumber is an Armenian cucumber. We decided to try a different variety than in the past. They are prickly to the touch but that rubs off in washing. We found out by accident that if you leave them alone to grow large they do not become seedy as other varieties do. They only grow larger almost like an English cucumber that you can find in most produce sections wrapped in plastic. We love this variety for eating fresh and will probably plant them again.
The other important parts of my weekend included loving on my four grandchildren while the farmer went salmon fishing.