This is a picture of the tiny melons just starting to form. None of the vines are staying where I planted then but I am guessing that this is a watermelon. This year we planted two varieties one with red flesh and one with yellow flesh. I tried to take some pictures one handed to give an idea of the size of the veggies and fruit. This has a diameter similar to a tennis ball but longer.
Here is a picture of a couple acorn squash.
This is the Amish paste tomatoes. I didn't think we were getting any tomatoes on these plants yet but they are there, kind of hidden in the foliage.
These are the big beef tomatoes. No red ones yet.
And here are the brandywines.
I did take a look at the apples as well. The apples are getting bigger and the apples of the east tree are starting to get red. The ones on the west tree have had a little red blush from the very beginning and that has not really changed.
I have to admit to a taste test. The reddening apple in the east tree picture came off in my hand as I was trying to take its picture so I ate it. It was a little bit hard and still pretty sour but the flesh had a nice texture and was very pretty. I didn't see any insect damage or worm holes.