Ponkan Oranges from Dad's Orchard
I guess I wrote about dad's orchard before... He couldn't take care of it himself any more, so we said OK to a young guy who wanted to take over. And it was still in his trial period without a formal contract when this happened...
What happened? Deers ate barks of all the ponkan orange trees there!
Uh... Did I say "food photos?" Oh well. These aren't, obviously. But just to let you know what I was up to around that time.
Since my left foot was cured enough to walk up to the orchard, I re-started my morning walk. Here's one of my photos of omega sunrise mirage. Impressive, ha?
Then I wanted to make a cover for it, and soon it became my fun project. See the result? I made this with used Obi belt that I bought online for about $15! (This was an incredibly good buy. The original price must have been more than $500 or so.)
And it was also this month that I discovered a couple of new places to eat at. One was an okonomiyaki (Japanese savory pancakes with minced cabbage and chopped meat and/or seafood mixed in) place.
And a new diner opened at the location not too far from my house. This is their "Morning set (breakfast plate?)"