More Farms around Royal

2017-6-17 Royal (1)This morning Tyson and I went on a hunt for cherries.  A friend needed a lot of them for a wedding reception this evening.  The packing plant in Quincy that we planned to visit wasn’t packing yet (the fruit is late this year because of the long winter and cooler weather).  So we headed to Mattawa and this fruit stand, where we found what we needed.2017-6-17 Royal (2)2017-6-17 Royal (3)2017-6-17 Royal (4)2017-6-17 Royal (5)2017-6-17 Royal (6)2017-6-17 Royal (7)Turns out this cute girl who sold us the cherries is Mirla Diaz, a member of the Mattawa Ward!  She was wonderful and the cherries are delicious!2017-6-17 Royal (8)Then we went back to Royal and Tyson took me around to some more of their fields.  Here are the potatoes.  They are blooming and they smell so fragrant.  Tyson pulled up 2 plants so I could have some new potatoes for our Father’s Day dinner Sunday.  Each plant has 8-9 potatoes growing on it.  These will be delicious!2017-6-17 Royal (10)2017-6-17 Royal (9)2017-6-17 Royal (12)2017-6-17 Royal (14)2017-6-17 Royal (15)The corn gets taller every day!2017-6-17 Royal (20)A field of Timothy hay is being cut today:2017-6-17 Royal (25)Wheat fields:2017-6-17 Royal (26)2017-6-17 Royal (27)What farmers look like–these are our Stake YM Leaders:2017-6-17 Royal (29)2017-6-17 Royal (30)2017-6-17 Royal (32)2017-6-17 Royal (35)Here’s a carrot field belonging to Patriarch Bergeson:2017-6-17 Royal (37)2017-6-17 Royal (38)2017-6-17 Royal (39)2017-6-17 Royal (40)Last stop:  My little friends Britt and Scarlett.  We took them some cherries.  What lucky kids to grow up in Royal!2017-6-17 Royal (41)2017-6-17 Royal (47)2017-6-17 Royal (53)

About annlaemmlenlewis

I am member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and I am currently serving as a Missionary in the Washington Yakima Mission. Welcome to my personal blog, Ann's Words, and my Mission blog, Our Yakima Mission. If you are interested in family history stories and histories, you can find those posted in Ann's Stories. Thanks for looking in!
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