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How to eat an orange, lol

Posted by west_gardener (My Page) on
Tue, Apr 29, 14 at 19:25

DH went out to pick an orange from our tree and found that it was already picked clean, but still hanging from the tree.
Some critter must have hung upside-down to eat this orange since there were no branches around.


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RE: How to eat an orange, lol

It looks at first glance like a little bird house. How nice it must be to have oranges growing in your garden.


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RE: How to eat an orange, lol

That is funny. I am trying to figure out who eats oranges. All I can think of is birds. If you find out who the culprit is, would you please let us know?


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RE: How to eat an orange, lol

We used to have a squirrel that ate oranges on our tree. And if it hit the ground, it was fair game for my dog!


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RE: How to eat an orange, lol

WG, I am pea green with envy.
I LOVE oranges, but here in north GA they would freeze
to death in the winter.
Lucky you for being able to pick them from your very own trees.


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