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 Post subject: Easter pics
PostPosted: Tue Apr 17, 2007 1:28 pm 
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It's been a bit busy, but I took some pics up at my friends' country place Easter Sunday.

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My friend, Mrs. G., always spends way too much money on this.
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People get to showing off their favorite recipes.
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Canadian geese pair.
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Absolutely could not resist this pic. :mrgreen:
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Real nice pictures. Coulden't get one of Peter cotton tail? ;)


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Very cool pictures .... my kind of a place ... could live in the woods with no problem ... like the quiet.

The strawberry dish .. mmmm ... would ruin that design in a heartbeat. I could eat my weight in strawberries and that ... is .. I repeat... is .. a lot of strawberries!!! :D

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That strawberry/blueberry desert looks a lot like trifle!


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fancypiper wrote:
That strawberry/blueberry desert looks a lot like trifle!

I could force the blueberries on myself ... long as there were strawberries [-( :laughing:

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I can force most fruit down my gullet!

Hello, my name is Phil and I am a fruitoholic.

I just finished two packages of strawberries that I bought two days ago. I wonder if they are still on sale? My belly is rumbling...

They go so good with cereal, or milk and honey, or ice cream, hot fudge or by themselves.

I sure do miss the wild strawberries I picked when I was a kid. They were so sweet you didn't need anything but fingers and mouth.

It is really hard to find a wild strawberry patch now.


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fancypiper wrote:
I can force most fruit down my gullet!

Hello, my name is Phil and I am a fruitoholic.

I just finished two packages of strawberries that I bought two days ago. I wonder if they are still on sale? My belly is rumbling...

They go so good with cereal, or milk and honey, or ice cream, hot fudge or by themselves.

I sure do miss the wild strawberries I picked when I was a kid. They were so sweet you didn't need anything but fingers and mouth.

It is really hard to find a wild strawberry patch now.


I was the same way on dewberries ... got sick a few times on a big patch ... and my neighbor raised strawberries and I borrowed a few .. does that count as finding them? :roll: :D

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Jim Wright wrote:
my neighbor raised strawberries and I borrowed a few .. does that count as finding them? :roll: :D
It depends on whether you got caught or not! :P


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fancypiper wrote:
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my neighbor raised strawberries and I borrowed a few .. does that count as finding them? :roll: :D
It depends on whether you got caught or not! :P

Nope .... never did ... usually found them at night :roll: :D

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I prefer raspberries much more. :lol: I sure got a fussing :cry: at when they came from my grandmothers garden. Were they worth it. OH yes :!:


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Tommy wrote:
Jim Wright wrote:
fancypiper wrote:
Jim Wright wrote:
my neighbor raised strawberries and I borrowed a few .. does that count as finding them? :roll: :D
It depends on whether you got caught or not! :P

Nope .... never did ... usually found them at night :roll: :D


What kind did you find at Plymouth rock :?: :lol: :lol: :lol: :cry: :lol:


Nothing ... that is why I came to Texas!

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