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No pretty rhyming words to describe this day, just hotter than heck as I drive the tractor to our small orchard.  I must pick the apples before the scorching heat shrivels them up.  In my head I can hear my daughter say, "mother what are you doing" as I stand on the tractor and reach with the fruit picker to get every glowing apple that is ripe.  I manuever the tractor around the tree and repeat the process.  Finally I'm content with a five gallon bucket full which is also sitting on the hood of the tractor.  Gosh, what I do for a little home-made Apple jelly and Apply butter which I'll sell at the farmers market and food coop.  Slowly I drive the tractor toward the house; the 5-gallon bucket is still sitting on the hood.

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