Here is the Yukon Gold harvest. (Caleb's pic.)
I have misplaced the receipt for the seed potatoes, but I think I bought about 2 lbs. of Yukon Gold and about 3 lbs. of Kennebec seed potatoes. The harvest was about 8 lbs. Yukon Gold and about 24 lbs. Kennebec. That's not precise on the Yukon Gold. There are about 6 lbs. in the bucket, but I'm estimating the new potatoes I cooked on Memorial Day and the potato hill I dug for one night's supper might add a couple of pounds. Of course, if I had let the new potatoes grow to full size, the harvest would have been a little bigger.
That was a good return on the Kennebec.
It was a lot of work, though, when you consider how cheaply one can buy potatoes at the grocery store. On the other hand, these were grown without chemical pesticides and haven't been sprayed with sprout inhibitors.
Also, the garden bed is practically ready for a fall crop of kale or cauliflower or something.