Cantaloupes have a nice little yellow flower even if they don't end up making any fruit. Fortunately if you keep it watered you should be able to get something off of it. Fertilize and you up your chances greatly and you might just get bitten by the gardening bug.
Don't confuse this with the other bugs in the garden.
This little baby is growing nicely. You can see the flower at the bottom and the lines already forming. On a Tuscan cantaloupe these lines will stay and get deeper. and the mesh will for between the lines. Our variety isn't Tuscan and therefore the mesh will wrap around the entire fruit. Fortunately this vine has produced very juicy fruit already and should continue to do so.
Below are the two other cantaloupes currently forming on the vine. As you can see they form next to leaves and can form in pairs as seen on the bottom picture although only one flower is actually making a fruit in this case.
So, go out there and don't let the heat get to you. It was 110 yesterday and they don't seem to mind one bit.