We enjoyed a bumper crop of peaches this summer. I am not sure if the opportunity to pick your own is still available, but keep it in mind for next summer. If you want some of this in your kitchen next year.
You'll want to visit our local orchard and pick all you want of Cling, Freestone, and White Peaches. They were $89 cents a pound if your willing to pick your own, or $1.49 picked.
the orchard is large and successful, and the peach trees were loaded. Sally and I picked either Freestone or Cling or both. I thought they were yellow peaches, but she taught me differently. She's a California girl and grew up with a peach tree in her back yard!
These were the whites
Peach Jam syrup I whipped up for Jeff one afternoon. We will work to keep our weight up this winter by eating the peachy syrup on biscuits, pancakes, and even steel cut oatmeal.
And just for fun, me and Miceala rode around and took a few pictures of the the old falling down place.
Mr. Rooster didn't seem to care if we were there.
maybe Mr. Jones repairs stoves and washing machines during the off season?
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