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Posted 5/11/2014 9:28am by Nate & Emily Parks.

SPRING OPEN HOUSE & FARM TOUR, SUNDAY MAY 18TH!
  The fun starts at 1:00 with a pitch-in style lunch and the farm tour around 2:30-3pm.  Come all afternoon or just for the tour. Everyone is welcome! 

Online store for CSA members is open until Tuesday at 9am for mid week deliveries and Thursday at 9pm for weekend deliveries (see explanation below)

 Click here to place your order:

http://www.silverthorn-farm.com/store/silverthorn-farm-vegetables 

MAKE SURE YOU RECEIVE A CONFIRMATION EMAIL AFTER PLACING YOUR ORDER!

 

FARM NEWS:

**The farm store is open today from 12-4pm for anyone who has procrastinated on a Mother's Day gift!  We have a lot of flowers and hanging baskets that she is sure to love!!

What a relief! Throughout the day on Friday we received close to an 1 1/2" of rain. Puddles were gone almost instantly as the parched ground absorbed the majority of the rainfall; the perfect rain! We were able to get nearly 10 acres of transplants and seeds in the ground last week.  This is no small feat when you are setting plants by hand and planting numerous different small plots of different crops, each requiring it's own special seeder, transplanter and spacing to be done correctly. Now for a week of weeding and cultivation in between what looks to be a wet spell for the next week to 10 days. 

Strawberries are finally setting fruit, we will probably be picking the first tomato and the first strawberry the same week! That doesn't happen often! My best guess would be the last week of May and into the first week of June. It is always amazing to me to watch mother nature move crops maturity around. We have picked berries the last week of April, middle of May and now we will be into June before we really get going on them. Berries are a huge labor demand for harvest and we are generally happy to have them out of the way before the main harvest season outdoors begins in June. Looks like we will be doubling up this season!

Next Sunday, the 18th looks to be perfect day for a walk around the farm, good food, and live music! Join us for a great afternoon beginning at 1:00p.m. and continuing into the afternoon.

CSA NEWS:

There has been some minor confusion as far as ordering goes for some of you who are new this  year to our CSA program.  All memberships that are to date paid in full have been credited and ordering online may begin at anytime!  Each Sunday we send out our newsletter telling of farm happenings etc. and at that time we will open the online store.  If any confusion remains, please let us know and we will be happy to help you!

The online store will continue to stay open until THURSDAY night at 9pm for weekend delivery sites only. Our hope is that this change will make it easier for you to order your product before you come to market. We understand that you might prefer to choose your own vegetables directly from our booth, but if you know at least part of what you would like, please place your order online.  This will allow us to be better prepared for both non-CSA and CSA sales at each market. 

Have a great week!

Nate, Emily, Jensen & Macy

 

 

 

Posted 5/4/2014 9:39am by Nate & Emily Parks.

SPRING OPEN HOUSE & FARM TOUR, SUNDAY MAY 18TH!
  The fun starts at 1:00 with a pitch-in style lunch and the farm tour around 2:30-3pm.  Come all afternoon or just for the tour. Everyone is welcome! 

Online store for CSA members is open until Tuesday at 9am for mid week deliveries and Thursday at 9pm for weekend deliveries (see explanation below)

 Click here to place your order:

http://www.silverthorn-farm.com/store/silverthorn-farm-vegetables 

MAKE SURE YOU RECEIVE A CONFIRMATION EMAIL AFTER PLACING YOUR ORDER!

 

FARM NEWS:

If you would have told me I would be scrambling to set up irrigation the first week of May this year I would have probably laughed at you. But that is exactly what is happening. We got a little less than 6/10th's of rain this past week and winds in excess of 15mph everyday. The result has been battered transplants and dried up onion plants. Unfortunately it looks like 60-70% of our 30,000 onion plants are toast. So now we scramble to see if we can find replacements asap. Potatoes finally came in this week, and are just about all in the ground. The amount of plants and seed to go in the ground right now is staggering! Potatoes, tomatoes, peppers, eggplant, okra, squash, cucumbers, broccoli, cabbage, leeks, sweet corn, beans, etc. etc. etc.  A couple of good old sayings that come to mind in times like this are: " seed doesn't grow in the bag" and "equipment doesn't brake in the barn."

These past couple of weeks the equipment on the farm has seen more than it's fair share of work. Enough so that two of our four tractors gave in; both with transmission issues. Of course it couldn't come at a worse time, but that is how it goes when you have older equipment that you push beyond its limits. One should be back in action this afternoon or tomorrow I hope, and the other will probably not get any help for a while. These are the consequences for pushing our production to its limits with both time and equipment.  I have often said that we are well equipped to handle 10 acres of vegetables... and of course we are pushing 25-30 acres this year. We are constantly investing in the tools and equipment we need to do what we do, and assume that will be an ongoing process. We have a lot of great people working really hard this year on the farm and I have no doubt we will push through the madness that spring can bring....But there is a slight chance that I may lose my mind in the process! I'll get it back...it happens every year!

***The farm store is open for business!  Now that the sun is shining and the temperature has finally moderated, it's time to get those plants in your garden and flowers in your pots!  Mother's Day is approaching and what better gift to give mom than a hanging basket!  We have several different baskets to choose from!

Visit us Monday-Friday 10-6pm, Saturday 10-4pm and we have extended our hours on Sundays through May from 12-4pm! ***

 

CSA NEWS:

Salads it is for the month of May!

To be a part of a CSA is also to be a part of the seasons in Indiana. It can be difficult at times to eat the foods of the seasons to its potential, no doubt. But I really feel like the rewards of basing your diet around what is available is so empowering! When each new product comes on over the weeks to come it's like a brand new diet can begin! You don't have to be a slave to a particular eating regimen for much longer than 2-3 weeks; there is always something new to add to your breakfast, lunch or dinner. There is no doubt that the salads we get to enjoy now will be desperately missed in August, just like we would all love to have fresh corn on the cob and a tomato sandwich right now!

We are excited for the farm tour coming up on MAY 18TH and hope you all can make it out for a great afternoon of food, fun and seeing the farm that grows all of your food in action.

The online store will continue to stay open until THURSDAY night at 9pm for weekend delivery sites only. Our hope is that this change will make it easier for you to order your product before you come to market. We understand that you might prefer to choose your own vegetables directly from our booth, but if you know at least part of what you would like, please place your order online.  This will allow us to be better prepared for both non-CSA and CSA sales at each market. 

ATTENTION LAFAYETTE AREA MEMBERS:

Starting this week we will be adding our West Lafayette new delivery location:  the home of Jodee Ellett, at 4425 Crossbow Court, West Lafayette. As mentioned in previous newletters, we have discontinued deliveries at the Calvary Baptist Church location.  Her home is not far from the Calvary location; just north a mile or so off of Yeager Road.    This delivery will still take place on Wednesdays. 
Why are we changing locations?  The church has been a delivery location for us for 4 years now, and has been a great one at that; some of you may know that we have been trying to seek out another location that allows us to drop off the shares versus sitting with the shares and having members pickup directly from the back of our delivery vehicle. 
Changing locations was a decision we had to make for our business, and after four years Jodee offering her home was a blessing for us.  Being able to drop off the shares saves our farm valuable time and money.  It was strictly a business decision for us, and our hope is that it isn't an inconvenience to anyone. Thanks for understanding!

Enjoy your week!

Nate, Emily, Jensen & Macy

 

 

 

Posted 4/27/2014 8:26am by Nate & Emily Parks.

GRAND OPENING OF OUR FARM STORE MAY 1ST AT THE FARM!   Store hours are Monday-Friday 10-6pm and Saturdays 10-4pm

Online store for CSA members is open until Tuesday at 9am for mid week deliveries and Thursday at 9pm for weekend deliveries (see explanation below)

 Click here to place your order:

http://www.silverthorn-farm.com/store/silverthorn-farm-vegetables 

MAKE SURE YOU RECEIVE A CONFIRMATION EMAIL AFTER PLACING YOUR ORDER!

 

FARM NEWS:

Farmer's markets start this Saturday, May 3rd! We will be vending at the Lafayette and Broad Ripple Farmer's Markets this year!  We are very excited to be able to sell our product that we have been working so hard to grow all winter.  In addition to our produce, we will have a large selection of vegetable plants, bedding plants, flowers, & perennials!  Come and support all of your local farmers!  See you there!

GRAND OPENING OF OUR FARM STORE THIS THURSDAY, MAY 1ST!    It might be a little cloudy this week, but don't let that stop you from visiting us at the farm for all of your plants, flowers, & seeds!  

The 2014 season is here to stay! Farmer's markets begin, the last frost date is approaching, and the weather has certainly made a change for the better. So we are ready right?? The answer is an apprehensive yes; we are actually in pretty good shape on the farm as far as planting, groundwork and greenhouse crops are concerned. The apprehension comes from the expectations for this season. We have really pushed our envelope this year with not only expenses, but time, space and ability as well. Thankfully, May is here we have made it through one of the toughest winters on record. Ginny has our greenhouse looking absolutely amazing! Tylor, Heather and Micah are all returning members of our team from last year...and we have golf ball sized fruit setting on tomatoes in the first greenhouse.

I think this will be a great season not only for us, but for the local food economy in general. The interest and demand for our products is coming in from many more angles than ever before. I think that the local food movement is really catching the attention of the business world, and the future is very bright. If we can continue the demand for local, sustainable food production then we can really create some opportunities for more farmers on our land! This can only create a more diverse and prolific farm scene in rural America, and what could be better?


CSA NEWS:

Starting this week, the online store will stay open until THURSDAY night at 9pm for weekend delivery sites only. Our hope is that this change will make it easier for you to order your product before you come to market. We understand that you might prefer to choose your own vegetables directly from our booth, but if you know at least part of what you would like, please place your order online.  This will allow us to be better prepared for both non-CSA and CSA sales at each market. 

We promised a few more choices for you this week, and here they are: salad mix, spinach, red & green head lettuce, green onions and eggs are on the list for this week's selection. These are the last of the indoor crops, and it will be at least two weeks until the field crops are ready for harvest. Strawberries are going to be at least a month late. Usually it is 21 days after bloom when we are picking berries.  There isn't a bloom to be seen, so it will most likely be early June before we are harvesting.

ATTENTION LAFAYETTE AREA MEMBERS:

Starting the week of May 4th, there will be a change in one of the West Lafayette delivery locations.  We are going to discontinue deliveries at the Calvary Baptist Church location.  We are happy to announce that we have a new delivery location! It will be at the home of Jodee Ellett, at 4425 Crossbow Court in West Lafayette.  Her home is not far from the Calvary location; just north a mile or so off of Yeager Road.  This change will be reflected on the choice of delivery locations after you place your order.  This delivery will still take place on Wednesdays. 
Why are we changing locations?  The church has been a delivery location for us for 4 years now, and has been a great one at that; some of you may know that we have been trying to seek out another location that allows us to drop off the shares versus sitting with the shares and having members pickup directly from the back of our delivery vehicle. 
Changing locations was a decision we had to make for our business, and after four years Jodee offering her home was a blessing for us.  Being able to drop off the shares saves our farm valuable time and money.  It was strictly a business decision for us, and our hope is that it isn't an inconvenience to anyone. We appreciate so much your understanding!

Stay dry this week!

Nate, Emily, Jensen & Macy

 

 

 

Posted 4/25/2014 8:59pm by Nate & Emily Parks.

What better way to spend your Saturday than to come see us at the Tippecanoe AND Clinton County fairgrounds!
 
We will have a fantastic selection of plants and flowers at both Home & Garden Shows!  Ginny will be in Lafayette from 9am-3pm and Emily will be in Frankfort from 1pm-7pm.
What a great day it will be to get out of your house!
See you there!
Posted 4/20/2014 10:20am by Nate & Emily Parks.

Online store is open until Tuesday at 9am

 Click here to place your order:

http://www.silverthorn-farm.com/store/silverthorn-farm-vegetables 

MAKE SURE YOU RECEIVE A CONFIRMATION EMAIL AFTER PLACING YOUR ORDER!

 Do you have an interest in our CSA program? There's still time, and signup is easy!  Just click here!

 

FARM NEWS:

May 1st is less than two weeks away!  That date marks the opening of our farm store!!!

We love it when we get a few days of good weather to cooperate with our planting schedule.  More than 20,000 onion plants were planted in the ground this past week as well as the second large planting of salad mix, spinach, mixed spicy greens, beets, carrots turnips, and broccoli raab, to name a few! The first planting of all of those mentioned is up and growing well; a relief considering the cold, wet conditions we've had. Somehow, we made it through that 24 degree night in our unheated greenhouse full of our second planting of grafted tomatoes! We are in the clear now, right? Ah, the gamble...that is vegetable farming in the spring in Indiana.

CSA NEWS:

The head lettuce we planted way back in January is now looking as beautiful as ever. Having a lettuce salad is a welcome change from the spinach we have been munching on for the last couple of months. The spinach in the high tunnels is on its last leg and it's time to remove it in order to bring in the cucumbers and tomatoes. It will be a few more weeks before the outside production kicks in. So this week enjoy the red and green head lettuce with some perfect red radishes for a great spring salad treat.

 

ATTENTION LAFAYETTE AREA MEMBERS:

Starting the week of May 4th, there will be a change in one of the West Lafayette delivery locations.  We are going to discontinue deliveries at the Calvary Baptist Church location.  But we are happy to announce that we have a new delivery location! It will be at the home of Jodee Ellett, at 4425 Crossbow Court in West Lafayette.  Her home is not far from the Calvary location; just north a mile or so on Yeager Road.  We will remind you in two weeks that we will be making the change.  This change will be reflected on the choice of delivery locations after you place your order.

Have a great week!

Nate, Emily, Jensen and Macy

 

 

 

Posted 4/18/2014 6:55am by Nate & Emily Parks.

DON'T FORGET ABOUT THE MARKET TOMORROW! 
 
Lafayette Farmer's Market will be hosting one of their mini markets tomorrow, Saturday April 19th!
Silverthorn Farm will be there from 8-noon!
In addition to all of our beautiful flowers and vegetable plants, we'll have FRESH greens!  Spinach, lettuce, and mild tasting radishes and more! 
 
Skip the grocery store tonight after work, instead, come see us TOMORROW at the Lafayette farmer's market, downtown Lafayette on 5th Street from 8-noon!!
 
SEE YOU THERE!
Posted 4/13/2014 10:02am by Nate & Emily Parks.

 

Online store is open until Tuesday at 9am

 Click here to place your order:

http://www.silverthorn-farm.com/store/silverthorn-farm-vegetables 

MAKE SURE YOU RECEIVE A CONFIRMATION EMAIL AFTER PLACING YOUR ORDER!

 

Do you have an interest in our CSA program? There's still time, and signup is easy!  Just click here!

 

FARM NEWS:

Time to get those lawn mowers going! I've never been happier to see green grass!

Did someone say raspberries?  Last Thursday, we dug up the raspberries from the old farm in Darlington and transplanted them into 13 rows.  What a sight! And we aren't done yet!  There's a good possibility we will have gallon raspberry plants for sale very soon!  And what better place to come purchase those, as well as all your other vegetable plants, perennials, flowers, & seeds than our farm store!  Opening day is May 1st! 

Silverthorn Farm will be participating in the Tippecanoe County Garden Expo and Clinton County Home & Garden Expo on Saturday, April 26th.  Both expos take place at the county's 4-H fairgrounds.  We will be bringing our selection of gorgeous flowers, hanging baskets, vegetable plants and MORE!  It's a great time to get a sneak peek at what we will have to offer this season!

Open House, May 18th 1pm-6pm. 
We will be co-hosting this event with Slow Food Indy. Live music and a pitch-in style lunch will start the afternoon followed by live music and a farm tour around 2:30-3:00p.m. Come relax for the afternoon or just for the tour to see where and how your food is grown! Get your hands and feet into the soil that grows your food and enjoy the company of fellow Locavores from all over central Indiana!

CSA NEWS:

Head lettuce, spinach, and radishes are what's available online this week.  What beautiful color the radishes give to our salads!

Don't forget about ordering your spring garden basket to plant in your own garden!   Each basket consists of 12 plants of different varieties, such as, kale, lacinato kale, swiss chard, head lettuces, basil, and parsley.  The cost of each basket is $22.  They can be pre-ordered through the CSA store, the Locavore page and/or via email. You don't have to be a CSA member to order one of these baskets. 

 ***The baskets are available for on farm pickup only and 2 weeks after order is placed!***

Some are still having a little trouble with placing online orders.  If you will login FIRST, then place your order SECOND, it will eliminate any confusion.  You may login by selecting the CSA STORE tab > LOGIN via the main page of our website. 

Always make sure that you receive a confirmation email from us as soon as you complete your order online. If you do not receive a confirmation, we did not see the transaction take place and your order has not been received. Please be sure to call or email us if you need help through the process. It is no doubt a frustrating situation to go pick up your order only to find that it is not there. By checking your email for a confirmation from us you can be assured that we received your order and now it is up to us to make sure it gets to you.

Have a great week!

Nate, Emily, Jensen & Macy

 

Posted 4/6/2014 11:12am by Nate & Emily Parks.

 

Online store is open until Tuesday at 9am

 Click here to place your order:

http://www.silverthorn-farm.com/store/silverthorn-farm-vegetables 

MAKE SURE YOU RECEIVE A CONFIRMATION EMAIL AFTER PLACING YOUR ORDER!

 

Open House May 18th 1pm-dusk

 We will be co-hosting this event with Slow Food Indy. Live music and a pitch-in style lunch will start the afternoon followed by live music and a farm tour around 2:30-3:00p.m. Come all day or just for the tour to see where and how your food is grown! Get your hands and feet into the soil that grows your food and enjoy the company of fellow Locavores from all over central Indiana!

Do you have an interest in our CSA program? There's still time, and signup is easy!  Just click here!

 

 Farm News:

We had a great start to the week getting the rest of our peas seeded in the ground and all of our kale plants transplanted. We took full advantage of Monday and Tuesday before the massive rains came later in the week, and are looking to get onions out this week and more tomatoes planted into the unheated high tunnels.  I'm sure we will be fighting this wet soil for a while, but it is finally spring right? We will be adding to the labor force beginning this week and really pushing hard for the next couple of months.

We brought home two pups this past fall as you may remember. Our senior dog, Max, was to help train these puppies in his way and then they could eventually take over the protection role that he has perfected so well. Unfortunately, they cannot seem to stop eating our chickens! I thought we were on the right track as there had been no incidents in the last couple of months. It all changed this past week as we caught them inside the pen of chickens with birds in their mouths. We are looking to rehome them either together or separately as we just can't take the risk anymore. They are 9 months old, Mastiff/Rottweiler mix, and weigh around 80lbs. If you or someone you know is looking for a new friend let us know.  We need to get them away from the birds pretty quickly right now.

CSA NEWS:

The red head lettuces are finally ready along with the spinach and eggs this week. I picked a few baby radishes last week so they will be ready soon and possibly green onions next week. Enjoy the taste of spring salads, it doesn't get much better than this!

Remember that you may begin ordering at anytime, change your pick up sites weekly, and spend your dollars on any product we produce here on the farm. This will include plants that will be coming available to you very soon!

 

Ginny has created some very practical (and cute, says Emily) "Spring Garden baskets" for use in your own home gardens!  Each basket consists of 12 plants of different varieties, such as, kale, lacinato kale, swiss chard, head lettuces, basil, and parsley.  The cost of each basket is $22.  They can be pre-ordered this week and next through the CSA store, the Locavore page and/or via email. 

 

***The baskets are for on farm pickup only and will be available 2 weeks after order is placed!***

 

Always make sure that you receive a confirmation email from us as soon as you complete your order online. If you do not receive a confirmation, we did not see the transaction take place and your order has not been received. Please be sure to call or email us if you need help through the process. It is no doubt a frustrating situation to go pick up your order only to find that it is not there. By checking your email for a confirmation from us you can be assured that we received your order and now it is up to us to make sure it gets to you.

Have a great week!

Nate, Emily, Jensen & Macy

 

Posted 3/30/2014 12:50pm by Nate & Emily Parks.

Online store is closed this week!

BUT check out the CSA store to get a small peek at what we have available NOW and what is to come later!

 

Do you have an interest in our CSA program? 

There's still time, and signup is easy!  Just click here:

http://www.silverthorn-farm.com/members/types 
 
We're doing it again!!

Open House May 18th 1pm-dusk

 We will be co-hosting this event with Slow Food Indy. Live music and a pitch-in style lunch will start the afternoon followed by live music and a farm tour around 2:30-3:00p.m. Come all day or just for the tour to see where and how your food is grown! Get your hands and feet into the soil that grows your food and enjoy the company of fellow Locavores from all over central Indiana!

 

Farm News:

Here comes the weather we have been hoping for! Looks like we have two great days coming before rain again on Wednesday. We will be all hands on deck to get ground worked and plants in the ground by Wednesday morning which means we will not be harvesting or delivering this week.  I'm sure you understand our time will be much better spent in the fields for future harvests at this point.

I have always been pretty lucky to have lots of connections in the agriculture community. This latest project, done by a good friend and incredible mechanic, Robert Penn, is above and beyond what I could have ever imagined. The picture below is our 1955 Allis Chalmers G, now a brand new piece of equipment that will hopefully outlast me on the farm. The G is used almost daily as our cultivating tractor which eliminates 75% of all hand weeding labor. Last year, we really did a number on it and knew we were in for a major overhaul on the motor to get things back up and running like they needed to be. Robert is a farmer and an expert in antique tractors, his collection of Oliver, Cockshutt, Minniapolis Moline and others are spectacular. I knew he was the guy for this job. This tractor is the cornerstone of our farm, and with that in mind, I turned him loose to make it as close to new as possible. Now....it's time to get dirty!!

CSA News:

No deliveries this week. The potatoes have mostly sprouted and/or deteriorated, which leaves only spinach and eggs this week to deliver. Orders have been very slow the last few weeks for sure, so until the variety kicks up in another week or two, I think our time is best served in the field. We should resume next week with normal deliveries, pending the radishes and head lettuce coming on.  

Now with that being said, Ginny has created some very practical (and cute, says Emily) "Spring Garden baskets" for use in your own home gardens!  Each basket consists of 12 plants of different varieties, such as, kale, lacinato kale, swiss chard, head lettuces, basil, and parsley.  The cost of each basket is $22.  They can be pre-ordered this week and next through the CSA store, the Locavore page and/or via email. 

***The baskets are for on farm pickup only and will be available 2 weeks after order is placed!***
 
Here's to some warm weather and SUN!!!!

Nate, Emily, Jensen & Macy

 

Posted 3/23/2014 9:43am by Nate & Emily Parks.

 
We're doing it again!!

Open House May 18th 1pm-dusk

 We will be co-hosting this event with Slow Food Indy. Live music and a pitch-in style lunch will start the afternoon followed by live music and a farm tour around 2:30-3:00p.m. Come all day or just for the tour to see where and how your food is grown! Get your hands and feet into the soil that grows your food and enjoy the company of fellow Locavores from all over central Indiana!

 

Online store is open until Tuesday at 9am

 

Click here to place your order:

 

http://www.silverthorn-farm.com/store/silverthorn-farm-vegetables 

 

MAKE SURE YOU RECEIVE A CONFIRMATION EMAIL AFTER PLACING YOUR ORDER

 

 

 

Do you have an interest in our CSA program? 

 

There's still time, and signup is easy!  Just click here:

http://www.silverthorn-farm.com/members/types

 

Farm News:

I was finally able to spend some quality time with the tractor and tiller yesterday!  It's still a bit wet, but I did find a few spots where we could sneak in some early spinach, lettuce, arugula, radish, turnips and peas. This week is going to start cold for sure, but hopefully by weeks end we can get some kale and swiss chard into the ground. Potatoes are next on the list of crops to get into the ground, with 2,400lbs and about 3 acres to cover, it is definitely quite a task. We will hope for continued dry weather and a bit of sun to get this spring back on track!! The greenhouse is bulging at the seams and we are ready to rock and roll!

CSA News:

 

We have spinach and potatoes available for at least two more weeks before the lettuce, radishes and turnips are ready. The small Kennebecs are all that are left now. The integrity of the other varieties have really started to decline in storage over the last few weeks.

Remember that you may begin ordering at anytime, change your pick up sites weekly, and spend your dollars on any product we produce here on the farm. This will include plants that will be coming available to you very soon!

Always make sure that you receive a confirmation email from us as soon as you complete your order online. If you do not receive a confirmation, we did not see the transaction take place and your order has not been received. Please be sure to call or email us if you need help through the process. It is no doubt a frustrating situation to go pick up your order only to find that it is not there. By checking your email for a confirmation from us you can be assured that we received your order and now it is up to us to make sure it gets to you.

There will be a slight change in delivery locations for the West Lafayette area in the summer months. We are still working out details and will provide them to you very soon!

Have a great week!

Nate, Emily, Jensen & Macy

 

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