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Christine Thomas: The black walnut saga continues

Christine Thomas received a delivery of black walnuts from Greg and Marsha Meissner that were still wearing husks. (Photos by Christine Thomas)

“I picked up some black walnuts for you a couple of days ago,” shared my friend, Sue Zimmer. “However, I tried to peel the husks and they were infested with worms. They were so gross that I threw them away. Yuck!” 
You met Sue last year when I wrote about taking her two Airedales, Chipper and Buckwheat, pheasant hunting. That article is on my website,, if you missed it.

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