John Messeder

Messeder

There’s a reason peaches ripen in summer.

Winter is too cold to eat them outdoors, which is assuredly the best place to sample them when they’re slurpy ripe. Each bite dribbles down the chin and stains the shirt with sugar-laden syrup.

John Messeder is an environmental columnist and social anthropologist. He may be contacted at john@JohnMesseder.com.

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