Once the hot humid mid-summer weather hits I get pretty lax about keeping the weedy pathways clean. The growing beds get just enough care to allow the vegetables to grow as well as possible and I concentrate on bug control and harvesting. It's not a pretty sight down there!
The second planting of zukes is above and they are looking pretty healthy, although the squash bugs have found them so they are beginning to suffer. Behind them are the old pea and early cabbage beds with nothing growing in them. Well, not strictly true, because in the cabbage bed I have some Fall spinach coming up. I'm thinking of getting some kind of cover crop over the other long beds.
All around the garden fence are these monstrous weeds pushing up against it like they want to get in and take over. My vegetables should be so healthy! But for all my complaints about the state of things, the production has been great for many of the things I grow and the challenge is there to keep improving things. The gardener's mantra: there's always next year!