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Re: carrots

We only have one pantry around here and since this is farm territory, guessing
they are afraid of spoilage.  I am sure Chicago proper has many but I don't
have the 3 hours to drive there and back to drop it off.
I am taking a bag to work and dropping off another at mom doctors office since
they enjoyed the other veggies this season.
May try Judy's idea of leaving some out there and see what happens.  Will also
try calling the nursing home and see what they say....
Thanks for the ideas.

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