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Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Virtual Cranberry Marsh Tour Day 4

Our mornings are filled with school and chores so by the time I get a chance to mosy out to the marsh it's typically after lunch. Today though, with violin lessons and then a momentary baking frenzy, I didn't get outside for pictures until 4:00. What I had wanted to share with you all today was the process of booming the bed, but it had already been done and won't happen until tomorrow mid-morning. While reviewing my pics from the last week I noticed a common theme of faces. I'm calling these the faces of cranberry harvest.









And here are my favorite cranberry recipes: cranberry pecan pie cranberry apple spice bars

4 comments:

  1. Thanks for this series! I hope you don't mind that I have posted about it on my blog... I am finding it fascinating and i think lots of my Australian gardening friends would agree. I have got to the point that (with the time difference) I am checking all day for your latest post.

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  2. Thanks to all of you for the nice comments about our cranberry harvest. I'm having fun chronicling the process of harvest and I figured since cranberries are only grown in a few areas of the world making it nearly impossible for many to take a real tour I would bring the tour to you.

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  3. I've been looking at the background, trying to figure out where the cranberry bogs are. It looks a lot like central Wisconsin, where the Boss spent her summers and the ILs have a home.

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  4. Yep, Arby you're right!

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