Tags » Fruit Picking

Harvesting Oranges in Sunny Arizona

Fruit picking can be such a joyful time of bonding and reflecting upon nature’s wonders. Orange trees are a norm in sunny Arizona but my Chicago-blooded heart still cries a little bit inside whenever I see a patch of orange speckles against a sea of lush green. 222 more words


The Last of the Bunch

If you have not already, remember to remove mummified fruits from trees in your garden. [Photo CCBY-SA LeonoraEnking]


Blue Hills Berries and Cherries

There is something so festive about cherries.  They seem to pop up around the Christmas season then disappear for the rest of the year, leaving you with a longing that is so subtle you only realise you have missed and wanted the fruit when they reappear.  685 more words


Our latest Vacation- Western Colorado

To continue the last blog post with Mikael and I’s vacation in Moab, we continued traveling east to Colorado to visit Palisade and Grand Mesa. 840 more words


Capítulo 27: Infinite green lines

(A french nightmare)

Each year at the end of summer a huge number of people, young, old, rich, poor, etc. travel from Portugal, Spain, Poland, Hungary, Belgium, etc. 5,540 more words

Working Holiday Visa: Tips & Advice on Finding Regional Work

Hey Everyone !!!

Today for Travel Thursdays I’m going to give you tips and advice on the best ways to search for regional work and how to find your regional work. 839 more words


Summer times - more highlights

Summer was also about getting together with neighbours whom we can call friends now; having visitors and discovering new places of interest in the area….And also about fruits, food (as always), making new games, the quad copter, discovering ‘La Pétanque’ and introducing Guiness to Les Vosgiens ;)

Village Life