Tuesday, May 17, 2016

As a kid in Louisiana, I got to see fields of green cane, blowing in the breeze. Dairies and rice fields were not far from our home. It wasn't very hard to find corn, sweet potatoes, cotton, tomatoes, figs, or pecans. 

I've made several trips to Florida in my life, and seen groves of oranges. In eastern Washington state, I saw miles of wheat fields in what was called the Palouse.

In central Texas, I discovered fields of peaches and grapes.

Of late, I've wondered about foods and beverages I enjoy, but know little about. I've never seen a coffee tree, nor tea leaves growing. I've never seen an olive tree.

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