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DAY 348 of NONNIE'S PHOTO A DAY: Red Gold Sign

a little bragging
Red Gold- Hoosier state product
grown and canned here 

(Red Gold is located in Elwood, Indiana)
Red Gold's web site here

shared with Lesley's


Tony McGurk said…
At first I thought Red Gold was a brand of beer. Then I noticed the tomatoes on the side of the truck.
Ummm -- tomatoes! In a coincidence, we just picked up some early Florida tomatoes at the produce market -- my friend and I were talking about how it is fun to have fresh ones this time of year, but how they really aren't as good as the ones that grew in the summer in our home states (hers was Pennsylvania, mine was Washington State, but I'm sure Indiana would be just as yummy). In Florida the seasons are reversed. I am still having trouble getting used to that. But it is fun learning.

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