Apparently the tomatoes were not ripening for so long due in part to the heat. This article explains: http://www.hort.purdue.edu/ext/tomatoesnotripening.html
I also probably pruned too much foliage off of mine. The fruits ripen better when shaded. Live and learn.
I have not been overly impressed with how any of the tomato plants have done this year. That means I get to try new varieties next year :) I am going to start them from seed in the spring next year and see what happens.
The ones I am not happy with this year are the Roma and Lemon Boy. Mortgage Lifter is marginal. I have had more tomatoes from it but I also have two plants.
In other garden news the pole beans I started indoors are just starting to sprout. I guess the seed is good after all. I wonder if they did not like the temps outside?
Whatever ate the bean plant did not visit again. I also saw no signs of a hornworm. No new damage.