Your cukes outlasted mine. I guess mine bit the dust about three weeks ago. My Labrodor will miss them more than me. He normally got to eat two or three per day. He now stands at the garden fence barking and I don't have a cuke to give him. I do have a fall crop growing, but they grow so slow, I may not get any before the first frost.
I just took the photo below of one of my bell pepper plants. I planted eight plants last spring. All the conditions were the same except for one where I planted three plants together. The others were planted singly, with the same soil, sun, water, and fertilizer. Four plants are still doing well after recovering from the summer heat. The other four never did well. The plants stayed small. Produced tiny peppers which dropped before they were large enough to use. I really would like to know why some plants live and produce well, while others simply don't. I'm beginning to think it is a genetic weakness in the seed.
The next photo is of some yard long beans on the trellis. Notice how thin the foliage is. Since only half the beans I planted germinated, they are spaced about ten inches apart. In three days, the vines will be loaded with beans ready to pick again. They look pathetic, but they produce well.
I simply enjoy gardening!