I have not been feeling well and didn't think I would get this accomplished. But the garden can't wait so I forged ahead at a slow speed. I have more tomatoes to can so that will have to happen after work this week. One canner at a time. These are my Romas. I have some Beefsteaks left to do. My son brought them over from his garden. It was welcome because this was not a good year for my tomatoes. Seems like most of then have rot on the bottom. My mom said it was "blossom rot" from inconsistent water. I haven't looked this up yet but it's frustrating because I'm all out of tomatoes in the pantry. We are on an irrigation system for our household and 5 others. When our landlord irrigates his crops, we get water. This year he grew grass seed, garlic, green beans and it looks like field corn for seed. We had great water the beginning of the season, but after he harvested the green beans, he didn't need to water the other crops very often. We've had water off and on, three weeks off, then on for 2 days, off, on, currently off. I've spot watered with the household water. The beets, cukes, and green beans are ok, it just the tomatoes really suffered. I glad my son is helping his ole mom out with produce.