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Saturday, September 4, 2010

9/4/10

The heat finally broke along with lots of rain. Yesterday my toes looked funky so I went in to get checked out. Discoloration is just bruising but cast was a little loose due to reduced swelling so they replaced it.

Today I got back to documenting peppers and then de-seeding and freezing them. Here are a few of them

Palanacko Cudo--A Serbian sweet pepper

Spanish Spice--A hybrid sweet

Peperone Rosso Marconi --an Italian sweet

Paracinka--Another Serbian pepper

Ulupica x eximium--a cross of mine-the third generation

2 comments:

  1. All good news. Your swelling is down, the heat has abated and you are getting caught up on pepper documenting. How is Kelley surviving?

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  2. She doesn't look real happy much of the time and ,of course, isn't getting the exercise she is used to. Mary took her around the neighborhood this week-end and she got to play with some other dogs which was very good.

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