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They were as good as they look robyn. By the way, have't seen you on for awhile.Thanks Warbler. Thanks Snooker. That's ok. It's not my first ten. I think I had one once before. I'll go solve it.....just to see if I can! LOL
My mouth's watering Lyndee :))) Congrats on a 10*********** :)))
10 Stars for Lyndee!! Way to go!!!
http://www.jigidi.com/created.php?id=WOZ3NNTJSorry it is a private puzzle.Congratulations, lyndee.
Next time I'll pick enough to make a cobbler big enough for everyone!
These look scrumptious lyndee!
Wow Lyndee, how awesome!
They look perfect, Lyndee! :)
Neither cinderfire. I ate them all while the fuzz was still fresh!!!!Sorry pumpkin! :)
Can't solve./....too much peach fuzz!!! EEEEEE!!!!
Lots of yummy stuff for the winter and boy does it taste good. Happy canning or freezing lyndee.
Brain freeze, brain freeze Laura!!!! LOL I do it often!!!!
They do look wonderful! Wish they were within my reach!!!
Fresh peaches are so good. Check my petunia puzzle for another comment.
So much fruit on the ground too.
Peaches in an apple orchard, Lyndee? Heh heh...I know what you mean! These look absolutely delectable.
Thanks Gladstone. They're not really mine. These are located at an apple orchard on Sauvie Island in Oregon. No way could we grow these where I live.We did catch them at the perfect time Ank. Yes RH most of these peaches were perfect and the good thing was, we got to eat them as we picked them! :)
Lyndee, you sure have a great crop of peaches. It is kind of you to share.
Ohhhhh there is so much water in my mouth. YUMMI
Beautiful. Peaches are certainly lovely on the tree. They look so good with the branches and leaves. I'm afraid my only concept of tree fruit is apples. ; )