WPC: Future Fruit Salad

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future mango

(5 photos) “This week, share an image that represents the potential of things to come.” See other visions of the future here.

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  1. Beautiful. The strawberry looks delicious. I woke up to snow and 28 degrees. No strawberries for sure. LOL

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    1. Ouch, 28?!!! It’s 58 here with a light rain (hooray). We have the heater on. As soon as the rain lets up I should go outside & harvest our single ripe strawberry, before the birds & bugs get to it.

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  2. Very creative! Great shots!

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    1. Thank you Nancy! The yard is just brimming with baby fruit. Good thing they don’t cry like human babies — I’d have to move away.

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      1. Sweet, sweet man and I will check the coast out if we do make it there this summer.

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        1. Okay obviously the above comment made you giggle. It was suppose to be on another blog. Yikes!

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          1. Wow you can juggle blogs! I sure can’t. Thanks for the giggle.

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  3. Almost to pretty to eat!

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    1. Haha, that’s like saying that wine is too glamorous to drink! Not around here!
      Thanks Tildy.

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      1. I see your point!

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  4. I really like the future mango and persimmon shots. Is that a little spider or other creature on the lower left of the mango plant?

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    1. Thanks David. That little white bug is shaped more like an ant than a spider, don’t you think? I didn’t notice it while I was taking the picture. Now I have to go back out there and see if there are other white bugs eating my future mangos.

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  5. that has got me
    planning ahead 🙂

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    1. I think there is fruit salad in your future too, David.

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  6. No surprise, but your fruit is further along than ours. Watching the blueberries closely as they’re my favorites and I’ll be going to u-pick for a frozen supply to get me through the winter! 🙂

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    1. Our blueberries and raspberries have no fruit, yet. No fruit on the grapes yet either. So I’m with you – I buy fresh blueberries every week.
      What fruit is in your yard, Gunta?

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      1. I only have the blueberries, strawberries and grapes. Not room for trees in my tiny yard. We like the u-pick blueberry farms around here where we know they aren’t sprayed. Last year we picked about 40# and froze them, but they didn’t last the whole winter.

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        1. 40 pounds is a whole lot of blueberries! You must eat them in many ways to get through that much.

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          1. I am a soul who likes the same thing for breakfast except when traveling. Until I get sick of it and then perhaps years later, I move to something else. For now, it’s oatmeal with lush blueberries for sweetener. Muffins with blueberries are also good. What we do for breakfast until we get a stove and fridge in the house down south. 🙂

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  7. This is fantastic for the challenge! 🙂 Love seeing the flowers and baby fruits of these yummy favorites.

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    1. Thanks Eliza! There is so much tiny fruit throughout the yard. It’s fun to watch it progress. I can’t wait for a taste of the mango. The persimmons were so good last year, I’m looking forward to those — they’re the furthest along of all the fruit.

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    1. Thanks very much Neihtn.

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