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Topside, Album for June 23, 2013: Apple

2013-06-23 - Topside of The Holler, Old Clearsprings Road, Ozark, KY - Photo by Shamarie Claiborne.
The makings of Great Fried Apples from my childhood
- I might just have to ask for some of these green apples when they become completely ready. They make me think of my grandparents and cousins. In the summers we would travel the small little holler in town from our Grandparents, Dorothy and Lucian Harper's. to our Great Grandfather's Ed Moss house. Along the route was a wonderful green apple tree. Sometimes we would eat on the spot and other days we would gather them up and take them to our Nanny's (Dorothy) helper Ms. Alene and she would make fried apples for us. How lucky we were. I happened to look the other day and tree is gone but for Tammy Kassam and I, it is a treasured memory of a much simplier time. - Shamarie Claiborne

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