We've had a few days of rain, like we often do in the first week or so of August, so the grass is greening up again, the rhubarb is robust, and the pole beans continue to outgrow whatever I put them on!
A neighbor was taking down her wooden porch railings. One was 8 feet long, the other was 14. We cut the longer to match the shorter and installed them with braces. The trimmed piece was put to use as a snap pea trellis further back in the garden.
You can see the watering jug for a cucumber planted under this trellis. The bean didn't grow over the horizontal spindles until I cover them with chicken wire.
I never pick more than a third of the stalks from a rhubarb plant at a time. This year I mulched them. When it was brutally hot and dry (no rain in several weeks), I did water them twice. No longer now in August! But I'll have rhubarb to combine with elderberries for wine and preserves.