I thought I had found all the green tomatoes the other night, but apparently picking by flashlight isn't as effective as I thought.
With the killing frost, the vines are done for, but a passel of fruits appear to have survived. Plus a wee acorn squash. These tomatoes were the ones that were still firm, most of them lurking near the ground where they were protected. I found some higher up that were mushy. Those will go in the seedy compost along with a bunch of very mushy tomatillos. I may get some seedlings out of that pile next year.