We picked up our corn yesterday. We get it from a local farm-stand. It was picked around 8:00 in the morning, and by 3:00 we had it all shucked, wrapped, and in the freezer. We put way 160 ears! This will keep us in corn-on-the-cob for most of the coming year.
Our plum (roma) tomatoes have been coming in. We peeled and froze 4 1/2 dozen this morning. We have a few more dozen we picked yesterday, and will certainly pick many dozen more in the coming weeks. We use frozen tomatoes in our spaghetti sauce, chili, soups, etc. We put about 8 tomatoes into quart size freezer bags after we peel them. Each bag is roughly equivalent to a 10 - 12 ounce can (no salt, preservatives, and better flavor).
I'll be making pesto today. We blend our basil with grated parmesan cheese and olive oil. We divide it into small portions and also freeze it. We can take some pesto out any time and whip up some pasta, etc. in a snap.
I spent a few ours in the workshop catching up on a few projects. I had picked up a few hand drills at auctions that needed some cleaning up. Most needing some lubrication, while one needed its handle glued. I also worked on the puffin decoy. Most of the sanding is now done. I've glued the bill in, and filled some of the big cracks with wood putty. The decoy will get one more finish sanding and then I'll paint it.