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This is Page 1 of 1 - the best of August 2018!
posted: September 4th, 2018

This page begins with my birthday, on August 28th.  Following that, on the 29th, are some photos taken during a stop at Creamers Field Migratory Waterfowl Refuge.  After that is a single photo of me using our Log Splitter.  The final photos show various "Kazuya's Baked Delights" events and products.  Click on any thumbnail to begin.

Begin August 28th - September 1st
  Here are two photos of Kazuya and I, taken by one of the friends who was here to help us celebrate my 71st birthday.
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  On August 29th Kazuya and I went to the Creamers Field Migratory Waterfowl Refuge to get some photos of the waterfowl migrating through Fairbanks on its way south for the winter.
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  Here are two more photos of waterfowl at Creamers Field Migratory Waterfowl Refuge. In the first photo you can see some Canada Geese (Branta canadensis) and in the second photo you can see more Canada Geese and a Sandhill Crane (Grus canadensis).
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  Here are two shots of Sandhill Cranes (Grus canadensis) in flight.
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  We were able to purchase a used 34 Ton Swisher Log Splitter to help us split the 10 cords of firewood we bought last autumn. Here is a shot of me using it. It can also be used vertically, but for the size of the rounds that we have to split, I prefer to use it horizontally.
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Kazuya's Baked Delights
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  Here are two shots of Kazuya's Baked Delights on our display table at the Tanana Valley Farmer's Market. The third shot shows some Tart Cherries which we were able to trade products with another vendor to procure. Kazuya used them to make some special treats for the following market day.
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  Here are two more photos of Kazuya's products on the table at the Tanana Valley Farmer's Market.
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  Here are three more photos which were taken at the Tanana Valley Farmer's Market. The final two shots show us on a day when our mentor, Salsa Rico, was not able to attend and we had to make a display large enough to fill the space under the 10 feet x 10 feet canopy which we use. As you can see, we also try and sell some of our books at Farmer's Market.
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  Here are two more shots which were taken on the day when our mentor was not able to attend the market and we had to use the entire space.
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  Here is a shot of the menu blackboard and some local products which we bartered our products for. Barter is kind of a common thing with the vendors.
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  The first shot in this row shows how we set up when our mentor is there. In the background is the waiting line for purchasing carrots from Spinach Creek Farm. The second shot is another one of the line waiting to purchase carrots from Spinach Creek Farm. On the right side of this photo you see one of our competitors - Marlo's Bakery. We are all friendly with each other at market and very few vendors sell the exact same products, so although it's competition in one sense of the word, it is not really competition in other senses of the word.
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