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Just Peachy

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Sunday August 18, 2013

Hotchkiss, CO (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: Not quite ripe, but getting there. We have picked some early peaches. A lot of them got frozen back, like the apricots, but at least we will have some to eat out of hand and maybe make a pie or two.

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12. CalicoBass
2:51 AM GMT on August 26, 2013
Mmmm, looks great kat, love it
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11. trailhiker44
5:13 PM GMT on August 22, 2013
They just look DELICIOUS !!!
Enjoy your pies !
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10. ColoradoKat
5:04 PM GMT on August 21, 2013
Thank you, Diti!
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9. line
12:05 PM GMT on August 21, 2013
very beautiful!
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8. ColoradoKat
11:56 PM GMT on August 20, 2013
Thank you, Maria! Now all I need is patience!:-)
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7. Proserpina
11:21 PM GMT on August 20, 2013
Yummy fruit, yummy photo.
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6. ColoradoKat
8:20 PM GMT on August 20, 2013
Oops..Gil, you and I were typing at the same time.
Sorry you don't get any apricots either. We did
freeze some, but it's not the same. It's nice that
your neighborhood shares, though. Better luck next
year!
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5. ColoradoKat
8:18 PM GMT on August 20, 2013
I know what you mean. Sometimes I think we'd be
better off going to the Farmers Markets that are
all over the place. I think it would cost less
in the long run...then again, there is something
about eating something within minutes of picking
it..just tastes better...or maybe that's how we
fool ourselves into doing all the work. LOL
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4. gilg72
8:18 PM GMT on August 20, 2013
Very Peachy looking Kat. Ditto here on the Apricots. Like you last year there were so many of them, which is usually the case each year, but this year none. They froze last spring.
We don't have any fruit trees, but lots of Apricots at some of the neighbors, that the whole neighborhood shares.
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3. ChrisAnthemum
8:11 PM GMT on August 20, 2013
I hope you canned some of those apricots last year to eat this year, Kat! All we got this year has been apples, and they haven't been so good as they look in my picture, a lot of bad places in them despite spray. Still worth it, and we've had apple pies and sauce, but I'd be ashamed to give them to anyone else. I throw away more than I can use, so that what looks like a lot of food, isn't really. More and more, it isn't worth my time; I can buy what I need, better and more cheaply. :(
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2. ColoradoKat
8:08 PM GMT on August 20, 2013
You'll have to be fast, Kathy! Peach pie does not
last long around here! Sorry about your fruit trees.
They are a lot of work and it's so heartbreaking
when you get no return, like this year we got ZERO
apricots. Last year we had almost more than we could
handle. Frustrating.
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1. ChrisAnthemum
8:01 PM GMT on August 20, 2013
I envy you, Kat! My peach trees died last year from brown rot (which shouldn't have affected the trees, only the fruit), and brown rot destroyed three trees' worth of plums this year, despite spraying. I am cutting down and not replacing the fruit trees that have died, and am thinking eventually to replace ALL of them with ornamentals. I'm getting too old and tired to do all that work for so little return. Glad you're having some success -- I may show up at your doorstep one of these days, fork in hand, for some of that peach pie! ^)^
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