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Yesterday we ventured out to an area farm to pick some apricots. One thing that is true about Utah is that during the summer, apricots, peaches, cherries, and grapes are often available in abundance!
The clouds were so wispy and the sky so blue!
Some chickens and a couple roosters met us in the grove of trees.
Picking a few from this tree was doable for a 6-year-old. 🙂
The leaves of an apricot tree that bore for about 25 years and is now finished bearing.
These winter pears will be ready to pick in a few weeks, and then left to sit until soft and ripe.
We were able to buy some farm-fresh eggs! Love the variation of color.
Some of the apricots that we got — we only picked for eating, so our haul wasn’t a lot! 🙂
Rebekah writes from warm and sunny southern Utah, where she lives with her husband and 7-year-old son. Her interests include enjoying the great beautiful outdoors including gardening, reading, and learning more about the God who created her.