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Cantaloupe as art

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The North American cantaloupe, common in the United States, Mexico, and in some parts of Canada, has a net-like (or reticulated) skin covering. It is a round melon with firm, orange, moderately sweet flesh and a thin, reticulated, light-brown rind. Varieties with redder and yellower flesh exist but are not common in the U.S. market.


.Still busy with family but just wanted to stop in to wish you a lovely Sunday.

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Taken on April 20, 2012