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    Post Your Harvest.

    I thought I'd share my first peas and tatties of the season!

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    I came into England with Oak, Ash and Thorn, and when Oak, Ash and Thorn are gone I shall go too.

    Puck of Pook's Hill

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    Post Your Harvest

    Looks delicious, Feverfew.

    Absolutely nothing better than to be able to eat food you have grown yourself.

    What time should I be over for supper?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TXRog View Post
    Looks delicious, Feverfew.

    Absolutely nothing better than to be able to eat food you have grown yourself.

    What time should I be over for supper?

    It was delicious.

    Sorry it's all gone now. But I'll be pulling up some carrots soon enough, and picking some strawberries, so you can come over then.

    I came into England with Oak, Ash and Thorn, and when Oak, Ash and Thorn are gone I shall go too.

    Puck of Pook's Hill

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    Quote Originally Posted by Feverfew View Post
    It was delicious.

    Sorry it's all gone now. But I'll be pulling up some carrots soon enough, and picking some strawberries, so you can come over then.
    You grow fresh strawberries too?! They are my absolute favorite food!!

    Just save me a few and I will over in about 14 hours (gotta book a flight).

    Thank you kindly for the most gracious invite, Ma'am (tipping hat)
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    There's nothing more revolutionary than growing yer own vittles

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