Friday, June 11, 2010

Friday Fruits

Here are some of the cool fruit trees that we see every day. Some of these apricots almost look ready. What do you think?
Here is a plum tree. Some of these look ready too. We can't wait to check up on Grandma and Grandpa's plum tree.
Daddy says those little green things are going to turn into grapes. Sierra and I are very excited to see.
We sure hope our neighbors will share their fruits.


  1. I miss my grandparent's plum trees and grape vines...I used to have a German shepherd, Ginger, who loved watermelon. Hope Teddy get some of that fruit!

  2. We have lots of baby oranges on our tree this year! Mom says there are a couple of limes and lots of baby avocados too.

    Sniffie and the Florida Furkids

  3. Pretty nice! The deer in our neighborhood get happy to see the fruit ripen too. Plums are like chocolate cake to a deer!


  4. Today we celebrate UNITY in DIVERSITY with Maxmom and with all of the wonderful dog-blogs that have taken the spirit of the World Cup and made it MORE - made it an exercise in understanding, tolerance and community.

    Today we cheer for the United States of America on our bloggy and welcome you with open paws to celebrate with us☺

    Momma says that your yard looks like a horn of plenty - so bountiful and beautiful.☺

  5. Yummy stuffs!

    Of khourse the grapes are fur your mommy and daddy -

    We'll be looking furward to seeing more fruit!


  6. Woof Teddy,

    Pawsome fruit trees. Mom is so jealous(she's not very good at growing things). It's good to have fresh fruit. Can dog's eat fruit? Hope you are well.

    Desert Pups
    Toby, Norman, Keiko and The Ghost of Scuba.

  7. So many nommies!!! What a great neighborhood you live in!!

    Smileys & Snuggles!
    Dory, Bilbo and Jacob

  8. Yummy!
    I hope too your neighbors will share them!
    Kisses and hugs

  9. Yummer - I would love to be able to go outside and eat an apricot right off the tree :)

  10. wow, could you taste all those fruits?
    Benny & Lily

  11. Hi Teddy - you indeed live in a Garden of Eden.
    Our neighbor has a plum tree and he shares the fruit with us.

    Hugs and yips,