Fruits of our vines.
The sky is overcast again this morning an Jill has just let me know that there may be a few showers later in the day. Yesterday was dryish so we delivered a large bunch of seedless sultana grapes to our grandson Lincoln and his parents. Their new baby son Tate is growing nicely but will have to wait a while before he's old enough to try grapes. So for any of our other adult children and their loved ones the word is that the first of this summer's sweet and juicy pesticide-free grapes are ready to harvest from our vines and we welcome visitations to pick a large bunch. I definitely don't want to hear any stories that someone bought grapes from a supermarket.
Paul R. Weaver.
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