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Judith Dale has written several columns highlighting the culture, geography and history of the Central Coast. Get better acquainted with our b…
ON THE FARM I am writing today's column on 9/11, the 20th anniversary of the attack on our nation and way of life. I recall sitting at this same desk when my wife called and said we were being attacked.
ON THE FARM Labor Day weekend is sneaking up on us, and with it the end of what we used to think of as summer. This year’s winegrape harvest is off to a slow start, we are probably two weeks away from the sugar levels being high enough to really get going. A few warm days might speed things up a little.
ON THE FARM I look forward to Saturday and Sunday when I can take advantage of the quiet mornings on the vineyard. It reminds me of growing up on our ranch near Ballard and helping my grandfather Sam with feeding the sheep and other ranch chores, a slower time.
ON THE FARM Go out and get some of your favorite California fruits and vegetables and enjoy them while you still can, it might be a short growing season for many farmers are faced with limited water supplies this season.
ON THE FARM I’m writing today’s column on the eve of celebrating the 4th of July. Unlike last year with its COVID-19 restrictions, folks are able to get out and celebrate.
ON THE FARM It was a fun weekend trip and I was happy the kids wanted to join us. I'm glad to be out of that traffic and back on the ranch in Los Alamos.
ON THE FARM The warm days we experienced during the last week of April have given way to May gloom. A light drizzle fell over the area Saturday and the skies remained gray all day.
ON THE FARM I hope you can get out and enjoy the beautiful springtime weather, before our hillsides give up the last of their green grasses for the year.
ON THE FARM The hills are now starting to turn brown, thanks to the windy days of the last two weeks. Unless we get some late springtime storms, this is will be the driest year I can remember.