Wednesday, November 9, 2016

November 9, 2016 - Outdoor Wednesday - #409 - Cranberry Bog - Quote - Oprah - Joy



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Can you believe that Thanksgiving is near.  One of the side dishes at our table are cranberries. I took these images in October, 2016 and thought today was a good time to post how the growers work so hard to get these berries to the grocery stores.  Did you know that there are dried cranberries too in all different flavors:  original, blueberry, orange, raspberry, and strawberry, etc.  My favorite is the original.  

Quote:
"I define joy as a sustained sense of well being and internal peace - a connection to what matters."
~ Oprah

11 comments:

  1. No I didn't know they came in different flavors. Excellent photos, I hope people enlarge them to see them at their best. That is a very cool subject.

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  2. I love cranberries year round. Noting better than a good salad.

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  3. Wow, had no idea it took so much work. Are the cranberries cleaned in the water? Cranberries in my cake and pastry, salad, am looking forward to it:)

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  4. I had no idea either.
    Orange and strawberry, yum!

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  5. Amazing how they are dried.
    Looks so neat!
    Happy ODW!

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  6. Thank you all for visiting and leaving a comment. Happy ODW!

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  7. There is lot of work and process involved in this.

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  8. I like Cranberries too. But I don't know if these many works for this little fruits.
    In Germany in the "Lüneburger Heide" is a cranberry farmer.
    Greetings
    Kirsi

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  9. Cranberry bogs are so beautiful and interesting, aren't they? They are sooooo good for us...:)JP

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  10. Your photos are great..I'd love to see a bog in person. and I love cranberries in any form or fashion. I have a Pecan Cranberry Pie in my freezer for Thanksgiving...:)

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