While July didn't really seem to pay off, August is getting off to a great start. Pounds and pounds of cucumbers are rolling in, topped off with great big piles of beans. My pumpkins haven't grown much this year and may need more nitrogen in their bed next year, but there are already three small pumpkins out there.
The zucchini are having their worst year ever, I have only seen about 6 female flowers so far and only 3 of those have grown into full-sized fruits.
My new bed is teeming with peppers, though none are ripe, and the old beds have piles of tomatoes in them... of course none of those are ripe either. Not sure what happened this year, even the extra early tomatoes and cherry tomatoes haven't ripened. Not sure if it was the weather, it's been quite warm with highs in the upper 80s to 90s nearly every day, but we haven't had a major heat wave at all. No 100 degree days. For now I'm content with my harvests and hoping that the tomatoes change color before the leaves on the trees do.