Tuesday, February 01, 2011

ABC Wednesday Letter "C" - Crates

Andy | Tuesday, February 01, 2011 | Best Blogger Tips

When the apples are picked they are placed into the crates for shipping. Stored beside an apple orchard the column measured 675 meters. What else does "C" stand for? Find out at ABC Wednesday.

20 comments:

  1. Holy moly! Did you measure those crates, Andy?

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  2. EG Wow... It was too long for me to measure so I used Google Pedometer map. You can find it
    here
    .

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  3. That is amazing! Great post for the C Day and that is a LOT of Crates!!! Hope your week is going well, Andy!

    Sylvia
    ABC Team

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  4. This is amazing! I've never seen anything of the kind. Well spotted.

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  5. Cool Crates, Andy... and a Creative C post. Using that pedometer was pretty Clever, too!

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  6. That represents some serious picking! I grew up in BC's Okanagan Valley but never volunteered to pick anything. Very hard work.
    -- K

    Kay, Alberta, Canada
    An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

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  7. I think apple crates make great photos! Especially when they are full of apples.

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  8. That's a whole lot of apples and crates. Its a great picture. Thanks for sharing.

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  9. Amazing capture. I've never seen crates this size in our local apple orchards!

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  10. That's a lot of crates. I love getting picures like that to use for our ABC Wednesday. Nice shot.

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  11. that's a lot of apples, where are they going?

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  12. Ann... There is a factory out of sight. There they graded for shipping. The one that don't don't look good are pressed for juice.

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  13. Wow...that's a lot of crates, and a lot of apples!!!

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  14. I must be stuck in the past. When I think of apple crates I think of wood or cardboard. Consider me better educated now.

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  15. Interesting process. Noticed in your labels "Algoma Orchards." I was born in Algoma, Wisconsin.

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  16. Kate... You got me curious about the name Algoma. I did a Google search and I found nothing on the source of the name. I did learn that it is in wide use as a name for various business.

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