Cinder blocks make a raised bed for Tristar everbearing strawberries in the yard surrounding the home of Jenny Call and Ron Geier, August 6, 2015.
Cinder blocks make a raised bed for Tristar everbearing strawberries in the yard surrounding the home of Jenny Call and Ron Geier, August 6, 2015. Peter Haley Staff photographer
Cinder blocks make a raised bed for Tristar everbearing strawberries in the yard surrounding the home of Jenny Call and Ron Geier, August 6, 2015. Peter Haley Staff photographer

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