Fruit and Spice Park's Redland Summer Fruit Festival In Pictures

The Redland Summer Fruit Festival evidenced momma nature's love for all us animals;sure she might throw us a Category 5 monster this year, but the mangos will be flying off the shelves regardless. Fresh and juicy, ripe and ready, hot and tempting, cool and refreshing, the harvest is on point, and fuckachainstore -- nothin' tastes better than fresh picked. South Dade is one of the greatest regions in the states for produce, at least until our historic agriculture zones get zoned out for ice tray mansions. Here are some more pictures...
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