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Gone Picking

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I do find ways to fill up my time, don’t I?


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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on October 2, 2012  

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  1. 10-2
    4:33
    pm

    You sure do! RELAX woman!!! :cowsleep:

  2. 10-2
    7:43
    pm

    Any suggestions how to clean and pick them? It’s my first year of gathering them. Thanks.

  3. 10-3
    12:09
    am

    Oh my. Pears are a bit more of a chore than apples. But I love them! I am supposed to get some in a week or so. What are you going to make with 25 gallons of pears?

  4. 10-3
    5:53
    am

    Pears aren’t bad–if you have a Squeezo!

  5. 10-3
    7:43
    am

    The pears look great, I’m jealous. We only have a few onions, beets, and carrots left in the garden, and a few tomatoes to can. There’s actually a possibility of snow tomorrow, so we’ve got to wrap it up today. Really hope it comes as rain instead of snow, we haven’t had rain in well over a month! so we need the moisture.

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