Midsummer garden harvest yields fresh sweet corn, tomatoes and onions. Carrie Snyder / The Forum
Growing Together: Understanding your midsummer garden
I think my daily activities and private conversations with my wife are being monitored.
Yes, I’m pretty sure raccoons have bugged our house and tapped our phone lines. How else could they know the exact morning Mary and I planned to harvest sweet corn? They struck the night before, leaving us with nothing but leftovers.
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