An Apple A Day

On the highway through Cawston we saw fields of fruit trees.  This orchard of apples displayed both organization and density.  Scarce water used wisely.

On the edge of Lake JimSmith a twisted pine tree is shredded by one too many wind encounter and the knarled bark is disconnected from the roots and water.

On the banks of the Simpson river a picnic table fowled as the cold water flows from the glacier to the lake.  Water like apples is offered to the birds and the trees.

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