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Monday, November 03, 2014

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Ryan

i obviously take for granted the many apple orchards (& cherry, peach, pear) on the far north side of my city. We don't go up very often because it get overwhelmed by the "I have to process all of this right now?!" paralyzing fear. I really need a group of other "grandmas" to help with that.

I actually have an Italian plum, cherry and 2 apple trees in my yard but only the plum produces. I might have 6 apples on one of the trees but that doesn't really count to me. I'm hoping after a few more years of pruning and some carefully placed soaker hoses we might get the cherry and apple trees to bear fruit.

I plan to start a batch of apple cider vinegar with the few apples we have this year.

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