I don't have any pictures, but we planted a bunch more this year than last year. I have a small patch at my house that we did radishes, green onions, carrots, peas, and a couple of tomatoes and various pepper plants. At my father-in-laws place I put out like 18 tomato plants, 9 pepper plants (bell and sweet), cucumbers of various types, butternut squash, summer squash, maybe some acorn or spaghetti squash also ( can't remember for sure), a couple watermelon and a couple cantaloupe. I also planted a row of potatoes that seem to be doing well, and like 3 rows of green beans that really sucked. I think only like 4 bean plants came up. Though the ones that came up are doing awesomely.
We even had a few volunteer squash plants come up from last year.
The only bad thing is that with all the rain I've had a terrible time keeping the weeds out. Hopefully it will dry up enough soon that I can use the tiller.
The plan is to grow as much stuff as we can to use as baby food for our daughter. I can't believe she's already 10 months old and eating real people food besides her formula.
"When a hunter is in a tree stand with high moral values and with the proper hunting ethics and richer for the experience, that hunter is 20 feet closer to God." ~Fred Bear