Yes, that is me quite a few years ago (1975). I am walking in a field and there are objects on the ground. What are they? <br>No, they are not cow or horse patties. Outdoorsmen should recognize them.<br><br><br>
Are they those green things that are all bumpy? Folklore is that they keep spiders away...so some people keep them in their trunks and other places.<br><br>I can't think of their names....but the size of say a baseball or a softball...<br><br><P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by OSXaddict on 11/24/02 08:21 PM (server time).</EM></FONT></P>
The articles in the photo look to me to be Chokoes. Sechium edule oalso known as Chayote : pear shaped , hard and lumpy, green, tastes rather bland but mixes well in cooked dishes . Is not completely frost tolerant, hence the vine has died and the fruit remains.<br><br>That is of course if these objects really are.. hard green and lumpy.<br><IMG SRC="http://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/images/116562180[/image]<br><br>[image]http://www.dragnet.com.au/~mcnative/images/macmade.gif">
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