Plenty for BLTs and then some

Aug 2, 2012 Full story: Richmond Daily News

Scott Skiles, along with his mother Marlene, display some of the huge tomatoes Scott grew in his Richmond garden, with the largest weighing 2.2 pounds.

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Kevin Stanley

Higginsville, MO

#1 Aug 4, 2012
That wasnt a tomater it was a big old turd. heeeheee

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