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... We had a meeting, then a plant inspection and they actually ran Bruce's prunes through the pitting machine and bagging line as we were there. His product was rated highly by everyone we spoke to, a real credit to him. After lunch we were taken to 1 of their 10 Dehydrators, where they have 100 tunnels and dry up to 400 ton per day. Interestingly they use all wooden trays (as do all the growers we have ...
... Farms, Yuba City. They are a large grower & packer with around 600 acres (250 ha) of prunes all grown organically. Also have a few hundred acres of walnuts, also organically grown. The fruit is dried then either sent to their processing plant in Poland or processed at the smaller plant here in Yuba City. Most of their fruit & fruit products are exported all around the world. Very tidy operation and show that ...
... Grass Valley.
Grass Valley has many Vermontesque shops - lots of local artisans, delicious local food, farmer's market and incredible live local musicians playing in the blocked off streets. We even ate ice cream at a local shop that rivaled Ben and Jerry's - the ice cream bars were out of this world.
The best part though was spending time with family - grandpa took the boys golfing, we went to the local beach ...
... br> I want to mention my gratitude to all that have helped make this opportunity come to life! Especially my healing team! Thanks to Monica for the herbal goodness, Larry for the Bowen Therapy and Dr. Lisa for the head to toe healing magic.
"On the day of his departure his father advised him to keep his wits about him, to practice kindness, and to come home once he had seen enough of the world to know his place in it." - The ...
... years, Sraddha just enjoyed the events without having things to do to help out. We both had many visits with our friends and family.
I even played golf yesterday in the rain. First time for that. Hadn't played in two years due to shoulder issues and had best round of the day with 3 pars and only one bogey. Woo Hoo. Makes me want to do it ...