Compost, As Part Of Trash

Watermelon, Egg Shells, And Lettuce
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The compost container behind the basketball court at the Hacienda conference center was filled most obviously with watermelon and egg shells. Look closely and you can also see lettuce.


Compost As A Form Of Trash   •  Dancing Deer Farm external link   •  The Hacienda   •  2975 Vineyard Dr, Templeton, California   •  (Photo taken 05:55:49 Tuesday 11 June 2013)   •  (Photo posted Saturday 2 November 2013)   •  © 2013 Bryan Costales Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial License #B13_5491
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A Clue To Earlier Meals
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The compost in evidence here could be a clue to earlier meals eaten. Clear eggs were used, perhaps scrambled, or fried, or made into an omelet or a souffle. The watermelon must have been the fruit that accompanied breakfast.


Compost As A Form Of Trash   •  Dancing Deer Farm external link   •  The Hacienda   •  2975 Vineyard Dr, Templeton, California   •  (Photo taken 05:56:02 Tuesday 11 June 2013)   •  (Photo posted Saturday 2 November 2013)   •  © 2013 Bryan Costales Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial License #B13_5493
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