I didn't plant a garden this year because I knew we'd be going home during the season of harvest and our compound would be locked. But our friends the Taliaferros and Lanes in Kaabong did experiment with numerous vegetables. One of the successful growers was zucchini. In the states, I would always buy zucchinis that were only six inches long or so. Imagine, to my surprise, when we were gifted with zucchinis this size. I wear a size 8 shoe just to give you an approximation of how big this vegetable is. Is this normal or have we struck gold with zucchinis in Karamoja?