I hope you enjoyed this little tour around the Mono Lake and Yosemite National Park areas. Next post will be Bridgeport and Bodie on the next and last day of the trip.
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HARVEST TOTALS 2019 as of July 31
81 lbs FRUIT
37 lbs VEGETABLES
118 lbs TOTAL PRODUCE plus 193 EGGS
GOAL 200 lbs produce plus 300 EGGS
HARVEST TOTAL for 2016
TOTAL PRODUCE plus 285 EGGS
GOAL 200 lbs produce plus 350 EGGS
Harvest Totals for 2015 as of
TOTAL PRODUCE plus 466 EGGS
GOAL 200 lbs produce plus 400 EGGS
Harvest Totals for 2014
86 lbs FRUIT
81 lbs VEGETABLES
167 lbs TOTAL PRODUCE plus 530 EGGS
GOAL was 250 lbs produce plus 450 eggs
Harvest Totals 2013
91 lbs FRUIT
74 lbs VEGETABLES
165 lbs TOTAL PRODUCE plus 770 EGGS
GOAL = 350 lbs PRODUCE plus 400 EGGS
Harvest Totals for 2012
73 lbs FRUIT
218 lbs VEGETABLES
291 lbs TOTAL PRODUCE plus 320 eggs
GOAL = 350 lbs PRODUCE plus 350 EGGS
Harvest Totals for 2011
47 lbs FRUIT
187 lbs VEGETABLES
234 lbs total Produce plus 313 eggs
Harvest Totals for 2010
58 lbs FRUIT
166 lbs VEGETABLES
224 lbs TOTAL PRODUCE plus 463 eggs
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