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Grapefruit in our West Australian garden almost ready for picking and eating. Can’t wait
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Awwww, you are so lucky…beautiful shot!!!
Very many thanks. It’s fascinating to watch the way they grow from tiny beginnings. Hopefully the early rains will have made them nice and juicy. Peter
Yum!! You are making me hungry. A great picture, Peter.
Well, if you’re VERY good you can share one with me. Half each sound all right? Peter
They look gorgeous Peter! Lovely capture .. plenty of sugar on mine please :D Hugs. Tai x
You and me both mate! They are nothing unless they are swimming in sugar!! LOL Thanks for popping in and coimmenting. Hugs, Peter
Hope you haven’t given your whereabouts away Peter, you’d be lucky to have any left for yourself by the time the midnight fairies pay you a visit….lol. Nice shot btw
Apart from the tax man not another soul knows where to find me! Almost anyway!!Anothger two or three weeks and they’ll be gone! LOL Thanks for the visit. Peter
Love grapefruits. Growing them is an added bonus. Nice shot. John
Thanks John. In past years we’ve always gone up to the Chittering Valley and bought a whole swag of them – this will be the first time we’ve had our own and are REALLY looking forward to the big day! LOL Peter
thats breakfast taken care of Peter.hugs x
Too right mate! And I aint sharing with anyone! LOL Hugs, Peter
Try them lightly grilled with brown sugar!
Never tried them that way Kala but it sounds good. I’ll let you know how we get on. Peter
Some fruit tree to have in your garden-lucky you!
Thanks Pauline. We also have a Lime Tree which right now is sagging under the weight of masses of fruit. It’s a good year all round for citrus. Peter
Looks good enough to eat – nice capture
LOL. Thanks Susan. I’ll report back in the fullness of time!! Peter