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Odin was kind to sit model for me, while I wished to show you, how big the Orange Trees are here

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There are several plantages with Orange Trees in this area, where we walk in Spain. The once without fence, as we see here, are the sour Oranges, which are used for sour juice. I tried to taste one last year and I will not repeat that test this year…

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In left side they have a growing kindergarten and in right side the older Orange Trees

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Sometimes we meet a old shephard here walking with his many sheeps and dogs to help him. We haven’t met him for a while, but he is walking all day with the sheeps, so one day we will meet him again

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This area is very well kept and there are many orange at the trees.

You can see the fence around in beton here. It was here I met the big snake in the Spring, as I think was a python. It was around 3 meters – 9,84 Ft and thick like an arm. I’m grateful for not having met this one again. With the many rabbits as we have here, it can survive without problems. Why do some people let out such an animal in our nature, where they don’t live natural? I don’t understand that.

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Odin was testing the oranges, as were at the soil, but he doesn’t like orange

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This Olive tree is not kept, stand in a wild area, where no one take care. It is really huge and this year filled with olives

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Here you see a big field with Artichokes. They are growing very well and will soon give fruit again

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Odin is looking at some Lemon Trees in lines here, very well kept area

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Just beside the Artichokes there are a wild and not kept area, where there are both Orange and Clementine Trees and both are very delicious, I took fruit down there in last harvest time. The fruits are not so big, because no one take care, but they are very tasteful

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Sunset while we were on our way home

I hope you enjoyed our walk

Irene

Comments on: "Late walk in Spain yesterday – 20 Photos" (10)

  1. Midwestern Plant Girl said:

    Very beautiful trees and Odin is a cutie!
    I bet those free fruits still taste great. πŸ˜ƒ

  2. ha ha the orange comment was funny! Must have been very sour! Is that snake native in your area ewwww! Very nice walk!

  3. Wonderful walk today, Irene. It’s wonderful that you can take a nice walk and come home with a bag full of fruit and olives!

  4. I enjoyed it immensely!

  5. You make walking beautiful Irene. πŸ™‚

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