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Thurs 17th July Yuba City, Prunes, Prunes & More Prunes The day starts with a just round the corner drive into Sunsweet, the largest prune processor in the world, handling around 50 - 70,000 Tons per year. They have around 20 acres under roof, chock full of machinery to produce pitted prunes, prune juice, concentrate, fruit teas and any other product using prunes.It is a co-operative with the board members ...
... 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 ...
... and establishment of the United States.
During this trip, Glenn and I have been pointing out to the boys where Native populations still exist throughout this country and help them understand that we share the land with Native Americans both as citizens of the United States and as our neighbors on Independent Native American reservations/nations throughout this grand country we are so blessed to live in.
... 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 ...
I am testing my Travel Blog site. This is new technology to me, so be patient, I leave Jan 22nd for travels to Thailand, Laos and Cambodia. I hope to be able to send short snipets of my journey as I travel. If you do not want to be on the list, let me know and I will try to figure out how to remove you!