Aug 8, 2012

Morning Walk and Harvest at SouthWoods

Morning Harvest

Elderberries are Ready

Black Berries Coming In

Good Crop of Plums Considering

Seaberry Fruit

First Chicago Figs

House Cooling Tomato Wall and Comfrey

A Few Good Apples

Frontenac Grapes

Seaberry

Thin Seaberry Crop. Birds?

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