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Tuesday, September 13, 2016

Wordless Wednesday

 
These crates are seen a lot in this area.  They are used when harvesting pumpkins, squash, gourds, onions...  These are filled with onions.

13 comments:

LL Cool Joe said...

I didn't think I was OCD but I almost feel like photoshopping that stack that looks like the leaning tower of Pisa. :D

Arlene Grimm said...

Bee Hives?? My friend, Deborah and her husband have bees. My own sweet granddaddy was a Bee Man...he could rob his hives without even wearing protection. I get nervous just thinking about it.

Linda Eller said...

Not sure what these are, but see that Arlene said 'bee hives'. If so, goodness how much honey they would produce and there is nothing like local honey. Have a good Wednesday.

Sally said...

Well, Mari, I'm baffled! I even enlarged the pic, and still not sure. Perhaps others are right and they're bee hives?

xoxo

Betty Draper said...

Crates waiting to be filled with whatever produces or fruit is waiting to be picked. This wordless pictures sure make the imagination kick in.

Cherdecor said...

This is an interesting picture from your neck of the woods. Glad that you told us what they were used for.

White Lace and Promises said...

How interesting! I've never seen these before. Now these would be fun to have for decorating.

Terri D said...

Well, I'm no expert, but I can tell that those are not beehives and believe you when you tell us they are full of onions!! Great photo and fun controversy!!

HOOTIN ANNI said...

Now, that is very interesting!!! I like the smell of onions....can you smell them when the breeze is right?

Anita Johnson said...

Thanks for your comments....I do appreciate them. At first glance I thought bee hives....but bigger. At least onions don't sting. 😊

Carrie B. said...

So cool. I've never seen crates like that before. Thanks for sharing Doll. xoxo

Arlene Grimm said...

Thanks for telling me what these were Mari...I have never seen anything like it down here.

Jenny said...

Haahaa, I thought bees. Onions sound good too. xoxo