Changes this year include a three foot polyfence as the rabbits ate our beets last year and had already started on some of our greens. Corners are secured on four foot medium grade fence posts and the yellow poles are fiberglass driveway markers that are woven through the fence for stability. I made the gates out of ripped 2x4s that were left over from the chicken tractor. No hinges, just attached with some wire that was repurposed from the old garden boxes. The gates sit on the cinder blocks and have polyfence hanging down to keep out the rascally rabbits. One problem: the entire garden sits on weed block. Not a problem last year and did work as it was a lush front lawn that we killed with vinegar and dish soap. However, if we were to do it again, we would use the "lasagna" method. I have seen people use soaked cardboard and newspaper, which I think would have worked and created a natural, organic solution to the weed block. Oh well, I'm not going to rip it out until those boxes rot out.
Below are more pics of the plants, most of which have been either direct sown right into the soil, or started briefly indoors and in our small greenhouse. This made a huge difference this year with our starters as they did not get leggy, as they have the past two years when starting them in front of a window.