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June 23, 2010

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Pickle/motorcycle - didn't Arlo Guthrie come up with that too? Hah. Loving these garden shots Jen.

In DC we used to keep a patch in a community garden on 15th Street NW. We worked in the sun and tended the vegetables and herbs, which grew pretty well considering we were amateur gardeners. Other people would transgress the garden and harvest our food before we could, but after a while we decided not to mind that too much. We were feeding someone needy and at least they were eating their vegetables instead of McDonalds.

Such pretty shots - and that's a female cardinal. I'm impressed by your squash, too - all I have so far is blossoms!

Beautiful, Jennifer.

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