First Blush

Reflections and sightings from [almost] daily jogging at dawn

Sunday, August 26, 2007

Sunrise 6:34: Harvest beyond the Farm


Last Sunday, the female Dawn Jogger and Cassie stumbled upon corn being grown on the the Stanford campus. Today, as they ambled up and around their neighborhood, she spotted a mini vineyard. Two rows of grapes ("Some abundant variety," thinks the male DJ after seeing the photos) had been planted on the between the street and the fence of a newly-constructed home. Later on their walk, the saw healthy looking apple tree readying itself for a fall harvest. Both her father and her Uncle Fred maintained good sized orchards and berry patches and other seasonal vegetables when she was a child. It's a great growing region...
Of course none of these sighting were are exciting as hearing Kruk, Kuip and Vida Blue banter prior to last night's Giants game. Read all about it.

2 Comments:

Blogger Further Adventures of Pandora Pitstop said...

Marvelous, this reminds me of my grandmother's backyard, let's see, oh perhaps three or four 50 foot long rows of the same lucious jewels.

2:17 PM  
Blogger Chris Gulker said...

Cab? Zin? Don't think it's Pinot...

10:43 AM  

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