Tuesday, June 8, 2010

    Even mother nature screws up occasionally.  On the right of the picture is a normal wild asparagus.  To the left rear is another normal asparagus.  In the foreground is an asparagus that was one inch across (metric types do your own conversion here) and flatter than a watery pancake.  I'm betting the genetic tampering here was the result of 60 or more years of airborne effluent from our local pulp mill....
     With most sou'easters blowing pollutants directly over Gabriola I wonder how many free range three legged chickens  there are ....

   One final word...  the asparagus tasted GREAT!

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