Sunday, November 25, 2012

Project 365 :: Week 38

Day 260 - November 18, 2012
Day 260 :: November 18, 2012
A leftover party favor found in the truck


Day 261 - November 19, 2012
Day 261 :: November 19, 2012
My keys


Day 262 - November 20, 2012
Day 262 :: November 20, 2012
It appears that every skein of Wollmeise is never-ending...especially when you are trying to knit until you have a certain percentage left


Day 263 - November 21, 2012
Day 263 :: November 21, 2012
New labels!!


Day 264 - November 22, 2012
Day 264 :: November 22, 2012
A sign that the holidays are nearing


Day 265 - November 23, 2012
Day 265 :: November 23, 2012
Magnetic alphabets


Day 266 - November 24, 2012
Day 266 :: November 24, 2012
Taken with my iPhone
This tree by the side of my townhouse is always bearing fruit (I still have no idea what it is).  In the summer the fruit is green, in the fall it's vibrant shades of red, orange, and yellow.  Fall colours


Last week I had spent a lot of time in the truck.  I was basically playing the part of a chauffeur in a movie that is my life.  There was preschool, dentist appointments, picking up Brett, quick trips to the grocery store...and the waiting.  There was also a lot of waiting in the truck too.  I tried to knit as much as I could on what I had on hand but ended up taking half of the week's photos in the truck.  Oh well.  The lighting was good!   

5 comments:

  1. That last one looks like Lychee... maybe?

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    1. I don't think it is a Lychee tree, even though I wish with all my might that it was! ;) This "fruit" never hardens, as in it squishes way too easily and doesn't have a pit. And it doesn't have that shell like skin that Lychee usually have when they are ripe. It's just so weird!

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  2. I know we discussed it being lychee, but lychee season is May/June. So I don't know what this is! You need to open one up and post a photo. Maybe crack one open with your foot and see what the seeds look like! I'm so curious now!

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    1. Mary, I agree...look at the above comment reply that I made as to why. I think I WILL take a photo of what one looks like inside. I know they are mushy, as there's been a few times where I've tried to pick one up and it would just fall apart like a melted slushball. I've never seen seeds in them either, and I find it weird that the tree is ALWAYS bearing this fruit!

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    2. I found out what it is!!! It's a type of arbutus tree called a Strawberry Arbutus Tree http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arbutus_unedo Fruit is edible, but bland and mealy apparently.

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