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Our neighbor on the end of the building had an apple tree. (It has long since split, fallen down and been taken out.) I never tasted one... they were pretty small apples though I don't think crabapples. Anyway.... every fall it would drop a ton of fruit on their lawn. The neighbors weren't good about cleaning the fruit up... and as a result, for the space of about a week or so, we all got to watch the antics of the squirrels and birds who ate the fermented fruit.
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