Maui Blog - Georgie Hunter R(S): Wordless Wednesday - Grab the low hanging fruit

Wordless Wednesday - Grab the low hanging fruit

oranges growing in Haiku Maui - homes for sale

Go ahead and grab one.... they're really sweet and juicy!  Happy New Year from the land of plenty!

 tropical fruits on Maui

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Comment balloon 20 commentsGeorgie Hunter R(S) 58089 • December 30 2009 09:32PM

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Looks  good, what are the purple ones?

Posted by Brenda Archambault (The Real Estate Investment Institute) over 8 years ago

Looks really good, considering that we got 3 1/2 inches of snow last night here in Vancouver Washington. Do you deliver?

Posted by Mark Hall, Homes for Sale Vancouver Washington (Elite Realty NW - Keller Williams, Vancouver Washington) over 8 years ago

Hi Georgina~ You are so fortunate to be grwoing all of that fresh fruit!  Someday I am hoping we will be able to do that at our farm!

Posted by Vickie McCartney, Broker, Real Estate Agent Owensboro KY (Maverick Realty) over 8 years ago

Georgina, So FRESH!  I wish we had that here right now!

Posted by Laura Cerrano, Certified Feng Shui Expert, Speaker & Researcher (Feng Shui Manhattan Long Island) over 8 years ago

I will humbly admit the jealousy I am feeling seeing that wonderful fresh nectar!  Do I see avacado in the mix??????

Posted by Andrea Kappre, New Jersey Realtor, New Jersey MLS, Homes for Sale in NJ (Old World Realty) over 8 years ago

Are those ALL from your own personal fruit trees? You certainly have plenty! We just picked a huge bunch of bananas from our banana tree. We get tons of those!

Posted by Lisa Hill, Daytona Beach Real Estate (Florida Property Experts) over 8 years ago

I love the idea of this.  Citrus does not grow on the trees in my neighborhood.

Posted by Ellen Crawford, Alpharetta Real Estate Agents & Alpharetta REALTOR (RE/MAX Paramount Properties) over 8 years ago

Georgina,

So abundant and colorful, Nice assortment, too. Happy eating. :)

Steve

Posted by Steve Hoffacker, Certified Aging In Place Specialist-Instructor (Steve Hoffacker LLC) over 8 years ago

Georgina, great blog!  The fruit looks delicious!

Posted by Tony & Darcy Cannon, The C Team (Aubrey and Associates Realty) over 8 years ago

Georgina,

Love it. The only fruit we're seeing here on the East Coast is in the produce section of the supermarket.

Rich

Posted by Richard Iarossi, Crofton MD Real Estate, Annapolis MD Real Estate (Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage) over 8 years ago

Thank you!

Can you please just spend your days taking fantastic photos and uloading them to AR. :)

Posted by Derek Meyer, AmeriTitle (AmeriTitle) over 8 years ago

wow - so many nice comments.

None of these are grown at my property.  The top one was taken at one of our listings, and the bottom one is from a neighbor's yard.  They put the fruits in a little self-serve fruit stand on the road and let people take what they want, and leave the $$ in a box.  The purple ones are ripe avocados.  There's also oranges, tangerines, cherimoya and lilikoi... and starfruit off to the side.  We do grow all these things except for the cherimoya, but we don't sell them, just give them away.  We grow some bananas too, and usually end up feeding them to the cows, peels and all!  Maybe that would make a cute video!

Posted by Georgie Hunter R(S) 58089, Maui Real Estate sales and lifestyle info (Hawai'i Life Real Estate Brokers) over 8 years ago

Great visual metaphor for business and personal health heading into 2010, and probably tastes even better! Looking forward to seeing "Cows Eating Bananas" soon.

Posted by John Novak, Henderson, Las Vegas and Summerlin Real Estate (Keller Williams Realty The Marketplace) over 8 years ago

beautiful fruits! yumm! thanks for sharing!

Posted by Barbara-Jo Roberts Berberi, MA, PSA, TRC - Greater Clearwater Florida Residential Real Estate Professional, Palm Harbor, Dunedin, Clearwater, Safety Harbor (Charles Rutenberg Realty) over 8 years ago

OK - I'll do the cow video.... I hope you can wait.  I did a horse eating starfruit.  I'll have to post them both at the same time!

Posted by Georgie Hunter R(S) 58089, Maui Real Estate sales and lifestyle info (Hawai'i Life Real Estate Brokers) over 8 years ago

Georgina...I live on fruit and those look awesome. I think the fact that it's snowing here makes them look even better!

Posted by Rob Thomas, Bristol TN-VA & Tri Cities Agent, ABR, GRI, e-Pro (Prestige Homes of The Tri Cities, Inc. CALL....423-341-6954) over 8 years ago

Hi, Georgina:

I used to live in Hawaii, and I have no idea what some of those fruits are! I sure do miss the mangos and apple bananas.

Aloha,

Robin

Posted by Robin Rogers, CRS, TRC, MRP - Real Estate Investment Adviser (Robin Rogers, Silverbridge Realty, San Antonio, Texas) over 8 years ago

Georgina-There is nothing like fresh fruit. Aloha, have a great 2010.

Posted by Wayne Johnson, San Antonio REALTOR, San Antonio Homes For Sale (Coldwell Banker D'Ann Harper REALTORS®) over 8 years ago

Georgina - The longer I look the more the mouth waters ... You are blessed with fruit and sunshine we are blessed with cold and snow 

Posted by Kathy Clulow, Trusted For Experience - Respected For Results (RE/MAX All-Stars Realty Inc. Brokerage) over 8 years ago

Georgina- We have those lovely fruits here also. We eat a lot of starfruit. We have a huge coconut tree and it bears delicious coconut. We have a lemon tree and getting a mango tree. I would like to have a papaya tree but they are really messy. 

Posted by Katerina Gasset, Get It Done For Me Virtual Services (Get It Done For Me Virtual Services ) over 8 years ago

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