Tag Archives: harvest
Between rain showers today we picked our crop of kiwi. Two large bowls full, about 24 pounds. Some we put in the cold room to keep longer, shared some with our daughters and have some in the pantry to ripen. … Continue reading
Peas are ripening every day. Yesterday I picked this bowlful and got five bags sealed and in the freezer. Lots more to pick. Nothing like fresh peas eaten out of the pods. mmmm
It was picking day after we’d watched the black bear up in one of our old apple trees chowing down as many apples as he could before we chased him away. We knew he’d be back for the rest of … Continue reading
We can tell when the walnuts are nearly ready to pick when the Stellar’s Jay and squirrels start dropping them on the ground. Might as well let them do the work and then we’ll go and pick them up. Nice … Continue reading
Picked peas and apricots and snipped some sweet pea flowers. Yummy tastes and scents.
The pears are ripe, I saw a crow. They somehow always seem to know. ©1991 Sharron R. McMillan