Off topic but I couldn't resist...my family and I love mangoes. Every summer, we get mango fever and one way or another (usps mail or couriered by a friend, family member, or us personally, we get about 4 shipments (2-3 banana boxes) of mangoes each summer. Enough to have mangoes for breakfast, snack, lunch, snack, and dinner...like we did today and enough to freeze for smoothies or thawing just until the are still super cold but not yet thawed out.
Friday at 7 PM, I had just finished a conference in Orlando. I bolted to South Florida to a) see my parents and b) to get some mangoes from the two trees in my parent's backyard and visit a few other regular mango locations. On Saturday at 7:30 PM, I was headed back to Tallahassee with a truck plus half of a backseat filled with six different types of 'unknown' mangoes (261 total). I was expecting only four different mangoes but we 'found' two additional trees *and* a cashew nut tree while leaving a new tree location.
Our six year old daughter ate ten (10) mangoes today.
Here is the cashew nut tree...
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