Monthly Archives: September, 2012

Oh, pals, forgive me for a small lapse in posting. This is an extremely busy time even for candy-ass, wannabe farmers like us. All the pears came off our two trees this week. Last week, most of the apples from three trees were harvested. Five trees, you’re saying? You call that a harvest? Well, ok,   

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I had been hearing stories about this place for so many years, from sisters Annie and Lisa Tune. This was the place in Alabama, near Decatur, where they had spent magical time growing up. They lived nearby, in Priceville, and their Dad, Leon, a surgeon, had bought the farm in the 60s, The Tune kids   

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Made a quick tour around the farm with the camera this morning: it’s a day too gorgeous not to share. Dogs dozing in the sun, horse sighing, hoping for another dropped apple to be thrown her way. Baby snakes out for their sunbaths, along with the usual assortment of lizards and dragonflies. Those shadows are   

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