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Posted 10/19/2014 10:30am by Nate & Emily Parks.

 

FARM NEWS:

Jack Frost came by last night to say hello - just a light one but sealed the fate of our peppers and eggplant....honestly, they needed that! And so begins the awesome late fall/early winter garden. The unexpected bounty and flavor of this time of year and beyond is so much fun. Yes, we can still grow a lot of food here in Indiana even after the weather outside gets a bit frightful! The fact is that kale, spinach, lettuce, carrots, turnips and all the other fall brassicas begin to sweeten as they drop their starches and replace them with sugars to help protect them from the cold night time temperatures. So if you have been turned off by or not happy with the flavors of all these wonderful greens of the season, try them again now. It truly is a different tasting crop this time of year!

And so also begins the stock piling of firewood for the winter! Yes I know, it should have been done months ago. Well it didn't happen, so now we get after it for a few weeks and hope to be ahead of the game by December! There is something somehow peaceful, and satisfying about cleaning up fallen trees and crowded fence rows this time of year. It certainly brings our energy use and consumption to the forefront of our minds.

The greenhouses are full and growing well; the storage crops of potatoes, squash, and sweet potatoes seem to be holding up nicely, the hardy outdoor crops are holding up well and should have several weeks left in them, cover crops and new pasture seeding has been done and is coming up and growing nicely. Aahhh...a deep breath and a huge sigh of another marathon season is just about one for the record books! Certainly, we have a lot to get accomplished this winter but I think we will enjoy little break for a while!

CSA WINTER DELIVERIES:

**This is the last week for deliveries to the Lafayette Farmer's Market as it will be ending after this Saturday morning, the 26th. Broad Ripple market will continue to be open until November 22. Next week there will only be one delivery day option for most of our service area, and will continue to be this way until next spring. Remember, you may order right on through the winter months, and we hope you do so! Changing your diet with the seasons can really do wonders for your health, spirit and farm that you support!

*We are working on another delivery location in the Lafayette area!  Stay tuned!*

We will have product and delivery available through the end of the year with the exception of the week of November 24th (Thanksgiving) and the weeks of December 22nd & 29th (Christmas/New Years). We will evaluate the situation again over the holidays in December to decide on delivery options for January/February. These are typically months that we take off from regular deliveries, but if conditions are good and crops are available we will make sure to get them into your hands!

We are not vending at the Indy Winter Farmer's market this year, only CSA and restaurant deliveries for us!

 


 

We are happy to have excited you about joining our farm family!  Click here to receive more information about our membership program.  We make it easy for you to eat clean, local food with our easy online ordering and bi-weekly deliveries!

Sign up any day, any time, any place!  No signup deadlines or cut offs.  We welcome everyone, anytime of the year!
 
 

 CSA Members: *The online store is open until Tuesday morning at 9am for mid-week deliveries and Thursday evening at 9pm for weekend deliveries.*

Have a great day!

Nate, Emily, Jensen & Macy

 

 
 
 
Posted 10/12/2014 10:28am by Nate & Emily Parks.

WHAT A NIGHT!


Great weather, incredible food and a farm full of Locavores!  After all was said and done, we ended up with somewhere in the neighborhood of 150 people being fed here last night which surpassed our goal and humbled us with the outpouring of support!

A huge thank you to Lali Hess and her crew from the Juniper Spoon who worked hard all week to bring us a great meal! She pulled it off with style, class, and taste....we loved it Lali!!

We could have never pulled this event off without the support of Jodee Ellett, Franny Einterz and the Purdue Extension Local Foods program.  It is so exciting to have a group of people within the Purdue extension truly wanting and working to help promote and support small sustainable farms like ours!  We are already talking about hosting this type of event again! 

Lastly, thanks to all of you who were here in person! This farm and the event are all a direct result of you, our customers and supporters! Your food dollars have built this place! The construction of our farm over the last few years, and the transformation it will undergo for decades to come are an absolute example of you voting with your food dollars!

**If anyone has any pictures to share, we would love to see them!  Tag us on Facebook or email!**

 

 These are a few pictures from the tour around the farm.  Nate talking about what he does best...grow food!

The Parks' boys (Jensen and cousin Kade, on the left) hard at work getting ready for the dinner and tour.

 


 

 We are happy to have excited you about joining our farm family!  Click here to receive more information about our membership program.  We make it easy for you to eat clean, local food with our easy online ordering and bi-weekly deliveries!

Sign up any day, any time, any place!  No signup deadlines or cut offs.  We welcome everyone, anytime of the year!
 
 

 CSA Members: *The online store is open until Tuesday morning at 9am for mid-week deliveries and Thursday evening at 9pm for weekend deliveries.*
Don't forget to check out the Locavore page for local cheese and honey!

**Starting in November, with the exception of the Broad Ripple farmer's market (which runs through November 22nd), we will be decreasing to only midweek harvest/delivery each week** Please keep this in mind! 

Thanks again for everything last night! We appreciate you!

Nate, Emily, Jensen & Macy

 

 
 
 
Posted 10/5/2014 10:03am by Nate & Emily Parks.

 

FARM & CSA NEWS:

With the end of the season drawing closer each week, the barns and walk-in coolers are really starting to fill with storage crops. The greenhouses are now all full with winter greens, and most of the fields have now been put to rest for the season. Our jobs and lives will begin to be a little less chaotic over the coming weeks...a well deserved break we look forward to every year.

Thank you so much to all that purchased tickets to our first Farm To Fork dinner here at the farm on October 11th! We are always humbled by the support of our farm family!  Ticket sales exceeded our goal.  Lali has created a delicious menu.  We will be sure to share pictures from the event so all of you who can't make it can see what you missed!


 

 
Sign up any day, any time, any place!  No signup deadlines or cut offs.  We welcome everyone, anytime of the year!
 
 
 

 CSA Members: *The online store is open until Tuesday morning at 9am for mid-week deliveries and Thursday evening at 9pm for weekend deliveries.*
Don't forget to check out the Locavore page for local cheese and honey!

**Starting in November, with the exception of the Broad Ripple farmer's market (which runs through November 22nd), we will be decreasing to only midweek harvest/delivery each week** Please plan accordingly. 

Have a great week!

Nate, Emily, Jensen & Macy

 

 
 
 
Posted 9/21/2014 9:50am by Nate & Emily Parks.

Plates are limited and are filling up very quickly!
What a great way to spend an October evening.
 
 
 
 
 
To know where your food comes from is so satisfying; to eat your food in the place where it was produced...even better. Ticket are only $40.00 per person! A great bargain for the experience that will come with your 100% locally grown, family-style dinner.  A farm tour/walk with ramblings from Nate will begin around 4:30pm with dinner starting at 6:00pm.  Your food will be created by Lali Hess of The Juniper Spoon.
 
 

 
 

 

FARM NEWS:

The roller coaster of weather, emotion, and crops continues! I am not one to give in or accept defeat easily....But the white flag has had to come out on a few of our staple crops for the year. Both the quality and the quantity of summer squash, cucumbers, Italian and colored bell peppers, and eggplants have all fallen way below our standards. The squash and cukes are done for the season, we will see if the peppers and eggplant pull out of their funk, but with another monster rain of 2 1/4" last night the chances are pretty good that they will be done as well. This will be our last week of tomatoes as we clear out the last greenhouse so that it may be planted to winter greens later this week.

We finally had the opportunity to dig only a few potatoes by Thursday night last week.  It was still too wet but we were able to get enough dug for the next week or two of sales. Sweet potatoes will be a main target this week as we try to keep the size small enough to manage, always a challenge with these guys. The harvest of sweet potatoes is truly impressive with at least 5000lbs coming in for storage this winter! Same goes with our potatoes and winter squash; at least 6-7000 lbs of of both crops! When we combine the storage of these crops with our oats, kale, spinach, lettuce mix, arugula, leeks, cabbages, carrots and some beets... Our winter supply looks pretty tasty!!

This is the time of year when we really begin our countdown to freedom! It has been 20 weeks in a row of up at 3:30 am on Saturday mornings! Lafayette Farmer's market has 5 weeks left and Broad Ripple 8 more weeks. We will not be vending at the Indy Winter market in downtown Indianapolis this year, so the excitement of one harvest and one delivery day a week is palpable!

CSA members - please remember to place your order for weekend deliveries!  It helps us out tremendously when we know exact quantities to take for sale at market.  Thank you!

The online store is open until Tuesday morning at 9am for midweek deliveries and Thursday at 9pm for weekend deliveries.  And don't forget to check out what's available on the Locavore page!

Have a fantastic week!
Nate, Emily, Jensen & Macy
 

 
 
 
Posted 9/7/2014 10:46am by Nate & Emily Parks.

 
CSA memberships in full swing! Our website is ready for sign ups, new and old!  Deadlines have been eliminated!  Sign up any day, any week, any time!
Remember, if you are an existing member and your balance is getting low, we will not be utilizing our old way of purchasing additional CSA credits.  You will now be signing up for a "new" membership and will have the option of choosing your share size!  The option to have fresh, Organically grown, local food continues!!
 
Check out this great way to earn some extra online funds. Existing members receive $20 online credit for referring new members!  Wow! What a deal!!
 
The online store is now open until Tuesday at 9am for mid week deliveries and Thursday at 9pm for weekend deliveries.
 
 
FARM NEWS:

Its hard to believe that my first sentence is about the same as last week!! Another 1 1/2" of rain on Friday night/Saturday morning! This will probably be the last week of summer squash, cucumbers, eggplant and some of the peppers. Harvest on Friday was picking 7 or 8 fruit to find on good one! Same story: looks great, grab a hold and get a hand full of mush. Most of the fruit that we have had has been way less than what we would call a good quality product.

I am more than anxious for the change in season along with the change in product! Within the next couple of weeks we will bring in our fall crops such as beets, carrots, broccoli, cauliflower, cabbages, brussels sprouts, turnips, sweet potatoes, pumpkins, all the rest of our potatoes (as soon as it dries out enough to dig them!), popcorn, dry beans and all of those delicious fall greens!

It is also the time of year to clear out greenhouses and prepare for the winter crops to go in; another job that is bitter sweet.  I hate to see the tomatoes that have been growing in there since March go... but love the feeling of a cleaned out freshly planted house full of winter goodies! We will be concentrating on spinach, lettuce, arugula, carrots, leeks and just a small amount of other hardy crops like, pak choi, salad turnips, radishes and kohlrabi. When we add these fresh items with our storage crops of sweet potatoes, winter squash, potatoes, beets, carrots, cabbage and beans I think you will agree that local eating is going to be tasty this winter! 

CSA NEWS:

I know we keep talking about the transition we would like to make into a farm that relies solely on our CSA and wholesale accounts and to leave the markets (the decision is consuming our life!). This past weekend was another prime example of why it is so hard to count on a market to sustain our farm. Friday was as miserable of a day that we have had this year with a lot of heat, humidity, mosquitos and a massive amount of time to find the fruits that were not rotten. After a 16 hour day and paying 10 employees, we are spent. But it is back up at 3:15 on Saturday morning and off to market we go. Then comes the cloudy misty rain and there we sit with all that product ready to go, but the day turns into a slow market with half the sales as normal and all that extra time effort and money from the days before are lost. This is not sustainable for our farm or any other business! Our time is better spent being better farmers, tending our farm and growing food for those of you committed to buying from us. There is no doubt that the market helped launch our business and we could not have met many of you without it, but we have to look ahead to the future of our farm and the future of a more sustainable food system. With more time to concentrate on our farm we can add all those products that our membership is asking for. This is our goal - to be a full diet farm! Which means vegetables, seasonal fruit, meats, grains, beans and eggs. If we can't grow our membership numbers maybe the thing to do is to grow the food dollars you can spend with us! We have a great opportunity to supply lots of families with their food and that is where we want to concentrate!

There will always be new farms and farmers coming into agriculture and the markets are a great way for them to test their skills as growers and marketers. But maybe for us it is time to move on...scary for sure, but we believe the time has come.

EGGS:  It's that time of year again when those happy little hens aren't so happy!  The laying has slowed down considerably over the last two weeks.  So much so that we might have a hard time filling multiple orders.  If you do order more than one dozen, there's a chance you will only receive one in your order.  If this is the case, your account will be credited.  Thanks for understanding; it happens every year!

HAPPY SECOND BIRTHDAY to sweet, sweet Macy !

 

Nate, Emily, Jensen & Macy
 

 
 
 
Posted 8/31/2014 11:27am by Nate & Emily Parks.

CSA NEWS:
 
Thanks for all of the encouragement in regards to the transition of our CSA program.  We've received a lot of great feedback and kinds words from many of you.  The website is ready for sign ups, new and old!  Deadlines have been eliminated!  Sign up any day, any week, any time!
If you are an existing member and your balance is getting low, we will not be utilizing our old way of purchasing additional CSA credits.  You will now be signing up for a "new" membership and will have the option of choosing your share size! 
Remember, our family farm still thrives on winter income from CSA shares to keep the place running!  Equipment maintenance, seed costs, and labor are just a few of the costs incurred during those cold winter months!
 
The online store is now open until Tuesday at 9am for mid week deliveries and Thursday at 9pm for weekend deliveries.
 
 
FARM NEWS:
What should be a welcome August rain of a little more than an inch again last night, is instead insult to injury! This past Friday's harvest really showed us the damage from the massive rains of last week and all of August, really. We've gone over 11" for this month! We have certainly dealt with too much rain in the spring time, but in mid-August? This is a whole new challenge that we are trying to work through. The field tomatoes, including Roma, cherry, red and heirloom tomatoes are completely finished. To give you an idea of the problem, with the cherry tomatoes we have been typically picking 250lbs twice a week... On Friday we struggled to find 18lbs! Same thing happened with the colored peppers; there will be ripe fruit on the plant, you'll go to grab it and it will be mush! The excess rain was absorbed by these ripening fruits and they tried to continue growing, but instead the skins cracked and tops blew out of the fruit which makes for quite a miserable day ie picking one good fruit and having to compost three. The other situation we are dealing with is plants that are suffocating in the completely saturated soil. Brussels sprouts, summer squashes, cabbages and some newly planted beets are all in this section of the farm that just won't drain. We have had water standing in some of these fields for two weeks now and the plants are flat out suffocating! Not an issue that I am used to dealing with. On the upside, all of our potatoes are ready to dig and you will start to see all of those different varieties show up on the website soon....just as soon as we can get into the field to dig them!
 
We certainly have plenty of product available and we should all be able to eat well this fall and early winter with our fresh greens and storage crops of winter squash, potatoes, sweet potatoes, carrots and beets. I am still hopeful that we will salvage our dry bean crop that continues to be hammered with way to much moisture as they try to dry down. The greenhouses will continue to supply us with enough tomatoes for our CSA members and wholesale accounts through September, the challenge will be to decide when to clean them out and get our winter crops established!
 
Enjoy your week!
Nate, Emily, Jensen & Macy
 

 
 
 
Posted 8/24/2014 10:41am by Nate & Emily Parks.

Online store is open until Tuesday at 9am for midweek deliveries and Thursday at 9pm for weekend deliveries! Click here to place your order!

 Please remember to leave your produce boxes at your pickup site once you've transferred your items.  Thanks to everyone who is helping with this!

Farm News:

Let's start with the challenges of the weather last week and then get into the exciting new changes for our membership program.

The 5"+ of rain we had on Thursday night and Friday morning certainly wreaked havoc on crops, farmers and our house. We will be out of salad mix, basil, cilantro and some of the head lettuces at least for the early part of the week but I'm hopeful most will recover by week's end. The long term effects are what I am really concerned about. Our dry beans are ready to harvest but all that water just keeps getting absorbed back into the bean and they won't dry down. This means the pods are beginning to mold, fall over and beans spill out! We can hope for hot dry weather and a window to get in and harvest as soon as we can. Tomatoes, peppers, and melons may be a real problem this week too. Taking in all that water on already sized up and ripened fruit means exploding tops and cracked fruit. Otherwise I think we will come out of the once grim situation pretty well over the next couple of weeks. The basement of our house however is a disaster that we will finally be able to deal with this afternoon. Lots of carpet and furniture to get out of there!

CSA NEWS:

Last week we asked you to take a moment and complete a survey for us. 200 of you did just that and we so appreciate the feedback as we try to improve what we do with our membership program.  A lot of positive feedback across the board and no doubt some suggestions for improvement. Here are some quick results from the survey:

  • 48% of you like Wednesday for pick up with Tuesday and Friday coming in second and third.
  • Most of you are happy with the 4-6pm time slot, but it looks like extending that time to 7pm would really help a lot of you.
  • 82% of you are happy with our pricing, 16% somewhat happy and 1.5% unhappy.
  • If we decide to leave the farmer's markets, 75% of you are ok with it, 18% undecided and 7% would not be happy.
  • 86% are satisfied with our current model, 10% undecided and 4% not satisfied.
  • 91% are satisfied with our quality, 7% undecided, and 2% unhappy

It seems that additional pick up locations are needed:  Downtown Lafayette, South Lafayette, East Lafayette and maybe a re-thinking on West Lafayette locations. In the Indy area both east and west of Carmel, North and or South of Broad Ripple village and maybe a Downtown location. Adding a Monticello pick up spot makes sense as well.

What new product do you want? Did we really need to ask? Fruit, Fruit and more Fruit! We know, and we want it to! But the reality is in both cost and time. A lot of upfront cost to establish plantings and lots of time to wait for them to bear fruit. We are talking tens of thousands of dollars to establish enough fruit to supply our 200+ families with fruit.  Then several years for those trees and plants to establish.  We will get there, right after the cash flow gets there!

Everyone is pretty well split on the deadlines for using up CSA money...and we are about to fix that!  Read on!

So how do we improve our system?

To start with: For existing members effective immediately your current online funds will be available to you for a full 24 months from the date you signed up...whether that was November, March, July, or any other month.  For new members: signups will be open by the end of this week. You will also have 24 months from date of sign up to use your funds. We figure if you don't use it in 24 months you are probably not going to use it!

This is definitely a scary change for us, but one that we know most of you want and hopefully in the end you will be able to buy more of your family's food from us year round! No need to wait until you are at a zero balance, you can continually add to your online account by "signing up" again.  We will now have four levels of membership available all year,sign up anytime. Your funds are available for 24 months from the date you sign up.

Check out the levels...and try not to laugh too hard at our witty names!

  • The "Starter" $200.... entry level with no additional bonus funds given
  • The "Supporter" $400 = $420 of online funds available
  • The "Gotta Have It" $600  =  $660 of online funds available
  • The "Can't Live Without It" $800 = $920 of online funds available
The more you spend, the more you get!

Remember that you will have at least 24 months to use your funds and we intend to deliver at least 40 weeks out of the year! No more pressure to use up all your funds by the end of October... Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners will never be better! But it is still up to you to budget yourself and make sure that you use the online funds that you have paid for!

We know we have you all intrigued...so keep reading!

Pick up days and times will continue to be a work in progress as we transition into primarily a CSA and specialty wholesale farm, so please be patient with us! We have worked hard to raise our plants and animals in a sustainable way, now it is time to focus on the sustainability of our family. We want to do this work for the long haul, which means changing the dynamic of how we sell and market our products so that there is at least a little bit of time for those beautiful little things we call our children!

We are working on the quality of our products at all times. Most of the issues have revolved around tomatoes. It has been and ongoing challenge to pick the perfect tomato and then get it delivered to you in perfect condition. Packaging is helping but we still have a ways to go. It all adds to the expense of our bottom line and we will continue to keep it as reasonably priced as possible, but more packaging means more cost to the delivered product.

Pick up Locations!!  Help us out guys, you are in the neighborhoods where we deliver, if you know of locations that can house lots of boxes for a few hours and be open to our concept help us get our food closer to you!

Referals!!

There is no doubt our members are our best promoters! Make sure that you have your friends or family members tell us that you sent them our way (there's a place to mention that during signup), and we will add $20 of online funds to your account for every new member you send our way! That could be a lot of extra food for some of you!

Please bear with us as this transition is a work in progress.  Our signups will officially be open mid week. 

We appreciate you!

Nate, Emily, Jensen & Macy

Posted 8/22/2014 9:14pm by Nate & Emily Parks.


Just a friendly reminder to all that the Lafayette Farmer's market will be on 4TH STREET tomorrow, Saturday the 23rd, due to set up for the Uptown Jazz and Blues Festival on 5th St.  All vendors will be in or near the same booth space as usual, just on 4th street instead. 

See you there 7:30-12:30!

Posted 8/17/2014 9:21am by Nate & Emily Parks.

The time has come!  You've heard us mention in past newsletters exciting new changes to our CSA program for the upcoming year(s).  It's almost here and we want your feedback to help make it even better!  We've created a survey for ANYONE and EVERYONE (CSA member or not) to take to help us in some important decision making.  PLEASE take a moment to answer by clicking here...it's only 10 short questions!  

We will be announcing the changes in our next newsletter, so stay tuned!

**Canning tomatoes will continue to be available for a couple of weeks for those who are interested in preserving their own.  Members can order through their online account; non-members via our Locavore page.**  

 CSA online store is open until Tuesday at 9am for midweek deliveries and Thursday at 9pm for weekend deliveries! Click here to place your order!

 

Please remember to leave your produce boxes at your pickup site once you've transferred your items.  Thanks to everyone who is helping with this!

HAPPY ORDERING!

Nate, Emily, Jensen & Macy

Posted 8/3/2014 10:39am by Nate & Emily Parks.

 

CSA NEWS:

The oats are ready!...a nice surprise for those of you who visited us at the market yesterday.  It was a great harvest this year and we look forward to having this item available well into the winter season. For now it is offered as rolled oats, perfect for oatmeal or granola. We have our mill ordered to turn our beautiful wheat into flour, should be here late this week. We will do some experimenting with oat flour as well. The summer crops continue to flourish and will never be more available than these next few weeks.  Spoil yourself while you have the chance!

We are working on some exciting new changes regarding our CSA model for the upcoming year!  Stay tuned in the weeks to come!!

FARM NEWS:

We have talked about our restaurant sales in past newsletters and how we are transitioning our business more towards CSA and wholesale and away from farmers markets.  We want to express our appreciation to and for our main buyer, Tyler Herald, who is the main chef for Patachou, Inc. He coordinates ordering for the three Napolese restaurants in the Indianapolis area along with overseeing the two Petit Chou's in Broad Ripple and Carmel's Clay Terrace. The commitment he and the company has made to buying local is astounding!

We all want our favorite spots to carry local food options but rarely can we understand what that really means. Usually when a chef needs to restock his coolers, it's a phone call to the local distributor and all the items he is looking for are in his store the next day and look exactly like the items he always orders, no blemish, no size difference, just perfect produce, much like our supermarket produce section. To order the mass amount of your products from local farmers is a whole different ball game! I don't know exactly how many farms Tyler is dealing with every week, but I know it's more than 10-15. Think about that - one phone call and you're restocked, OR 10-15 texts, calls, or email trying to see who has what and when they can get it to what place! It is a huge commitment that they make every single day and it is what is making our farm continue to grow and succeed. We are in several other restaurant locations now and we have mentioned them below. When you're eating and relaxing at any one of these fantastic restaurants, take a minute think about the lengths that these establishments are going to to bring you local food!

In my mind, you can take the easy route and go to the big grocery store chains and buy exactly what you want any time of the year, any day of the week, any time of the day, OR you can go the route of spending a little more time, changing your diet with the seasons and really connecting with your food source. It is happening all around us and we love being a part of it!  Next time you decide to go out for dinner, drive out of your way to any of these places to support not only us, but the many small farms around central Indiana who these places represent. 

Here are a few of the spots that are using our products:

Napolese: Fashion Mall, Keystone at the Crossing, Indianapolis

Napolese: 49th and Pennsylvania, Indianapolis

Napolese: 30 South Meridian, Downtown Indianapolis

Petite Chou: Clay Terrace, Carmel

Petite Chou: Broad Ripple

Cerulean: Delaware St. Downtown Indianapolis

LaScala: Downtown Lafayette

Ezra's Enlightened Cafe: Opening this week in Broad Ripple!

The Local: 146th and Gray Rd. Westfield

Joe's Butcher Shop: Main Street Carmel

Nature's Pharm: State Rd 38, Lafayette

Pizzology: Mass Avenue, downtown Indianapolis

Fermenti Artisian: City Market, downtown Indianapolis

 

CANNING, CANNING, CANNING!

We keep talking about it, don't we - only because we have a large amount of tomatoes available for purchase at the farm RIGHT NOW!  You may also purchase at the markets or online, so don't forget to check out our Locavore page ANYONE can purchase from the Locavore page - CSA member or not.  Raw milk cheeses, raw honey and eggs are also available as well! Remember, these items may only be purchased via PayPal or cash/charge at our farm store (CSA credits may not be used, but items can be included in your vegetable order for the week after making a separate purchase).

Have a great week!

Nate, Emily, Jensen & Macy

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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