The old orchards of Oyama are not doing well. How could an orchard do well, with so few trees per acre? You might ask. This property, long-neglected, has sold.
These apples are over-mature.
This fence keeps the bears out, who might have put these apples to some use.
Instead, some other wealthy man from Canada will “farm” this land, to fulfill a Canadian dream. This is called “The Real Estate Industry” and “investment.” It is called “Lake Country.” It looks like this:
No, you may not eat those apples. They are not to eat. They are there to take pictures of, at the top of a cut bank above the Oyama Road, through the holes in a fence. Bah.