Well, the cool spell didn't last but a couple days but I did manage to get most of the fall plants and seeds in the ground. A dozen tomato plants are in along with several broccoli, collard, sweet peppers, two varieties of hot peppers and two ridiculously hot Bhut Jalokia (Ghost Pepper) plants. I'm not sure the Ghost Pepper plants will produce any peppers, but for $1.50 each, it's worth a shot.
I sowed 3 different type pole bean seeds, 1 double planted row of soybeans, cucumbers, kale, several lettuces, spinach, chard, beets and some winter squash. I still have one more row to plant but think I'll do some follow-up on the broccoli and some Brussels sprouts in it.
Now, it's off to the store to find enough cardboard to place between the rows and to gather more grass clippings from the cutters at the local cemetery to cover the cardboard and keep it in place.
It is only 86 today with low humidity, fall is in the air.