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    1/10/2021 Nut (w/case)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brownws View Post
    1/10/2021 Nut (w/case)

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    LOL! I stopped at a few stores and peered in the windows to see if I could find nuts on display, but nary a nut was found by that method.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drevil View Post
    1/10/21 - Nut

    In my research, George Washington Carver may have been born on January 10 (or January 1), 1864, but other sources say he may have been sometime in June also. He's probably most well known for his work with peanuts, but I thought it would be tough to find "peanut", so I'm shortening it to "nut". Happy Hunting!
    Nice shop with nice people. Go buy something from them!
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    1/10/21 - Nut

    There were quite a few nuts attaching this power pole alongside the W&OD @ Gallows Rd. to its foundation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drevil View Post
    1/10/21 - Nut

    In my research, George Washington Carver ... probably most well known for his work with peanuts, but I thought it would be tough to find "peanut", so I'm shortening it to "nut". Happy Hunting!
    Walnut, and the tree that bore it. Mumma Cemetery, Antietam National Battlefield, Sharpsburg MD



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    Quote Originally Posted by drevil View Post
    1/10/21 - Nut

    In my research, George Washington Carver may have been born on January 10 (or January 1), 1864, but other sources say he may have been sometime in June also. He's probably most well known for his work with peanuts, but I thought it would be tough to find "peanut", so I'm shortening it to "nut". Happy Hunting!
    1/10/21 - Nut

    Today's photo is of beechnuts, from the beech tree (remember Beech-nut Fruit Stripe gum?). The beech tree - Fagus Grandifolia - is one of the few trees that are easy to identify in the wintertime. The first thing one notices is the very smooth bark, that people love to carve their initials in. The beech tree, also like the oak tree, is one of the few deciduous trees to retain their leaves throughout the winter, waiting for the new spring's growth to push them off. And finally, beech twigs have these sharp little points of new growth. These three things (smooth bark, winter leaves, and new growth on twigs) make it easy to ID in the winter. For your educational enjoyment, I have included photos of these as well. You're welcome!

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    1/10/21 - Nut

    Squirrels have had their hay day already with all the walnuts in the neighborhood (and our yard). So I decided to settle on a local Chestnut St., similarly devoid of any chestnuts just laying on the ground.
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    Quote Originally Posted by drevil View Post
    1/10/21 - Nut

    In my research, George Washington Carver may have been born on January 10 (or January 1), 1864, but other sources say he may have been sometime in June also. He's probably most well known for his work with peanuts, but I thought it would be tough to find "peanut", so I'm shortening it to "nut". Happy Hunting!
    1/10/21 Nuts. Here is a picture of my biking buddies, each holding a pistachio. So here we have a collection of nuts, but which is it: The pistachios? Or the Biking buddies?
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    1/10 - The Nut

    While looking for the nut we passed a dog part, looked for a nut dog, looked for Walnut Street, and even found some sad small acorns on the side of the road, but in the end, the chubby squirrel brewing came through with this cute squirrel & acorn. The place is small so the bike is on the curb waiting for the order of plain pirogies. No beer ‘cause this was halfway point.

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    1/10 Local Little City Nuts

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