Muck Raking

I finally got my tomatoes in the ground today.
Which meant over two hours of weeding and beating back the trumpet vine and raking and digging and moving the sprinkler so the ground was good and soaked before the plants went in.
Trust me, it was good and soaked.
Two of my four Romas, oregano, cantaloupe, and my helper's shovel.
My eight Rutgers and the butterfly bush - hopefully this year it'll be big enough to attract some bees! In the back is the mint, which is apparently unaffected by winter.
I still need to clear the last part in the middle left for a pumpkin plant, and then set up the soaker hoses.
Unpictured are the Traveler '76s and Mortgage Lifters. Can you guess what I love most of all from my garden?!