Day 538: (Very) Locally Grown Produce

Today my parents decided to take a break from hiking, so we came into town and checked out new books at the library, filled up our propane, and gifted some trash to the dumpster at the Chamber of Commerce.  Most of the dryers were broken at the only laundry facility in town, so we took our wet clothes back to my parents’ resort to use the dryers there.

On our way home, we stopped at a fruit stand where they sell a five-pound bag of tangelos for three dollars.  A tangelo is a tangerine and grapefruit hybrid, isn’t citrus taxonomy fascinating?  Produce doesn’t get any more local than this:



Another beautiful day in paradise:


Day 537: Palm Canyon Hike
Day 539: Geoglyph Redux

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