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July 26, 2008


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What a fun way to spend the day with family! It sounds like you have some great wineries there... Hmmm, and you still travel to Sonoma, Napa, and Paso Robles!... and Italy, I must not forget. LOL...

Question on the sheep pruning the grapes... won't they eat the fruits while trimming the leaves?

Your Mom sounds like a fun person too... cherry picking and all.


Beautiful photos. I didn't realize there were vineyards up there. I love the architecture of the Kitchen House. Sounds like you had a fun day!


Eden - it was a great day. The sheep don't eat the green fruit, only the leaves. Apparently they have to put them in the pens when the grapes start to become sweet - those grapes they like!

Susan - we have lots of vineyards near us but few people know about them outside of Canada. Generaly the wine is produced in such small quantities that exporting isn't an option.

sandi@ the whistlestop cafe

What a great staycation! (of sorts)
I think you need to duplicate that cannoli. It looks scrumptious.


There ARE some good Canadian wines, I'm not familiar with Featherstone but I'm going to check it out!

I love the idea of using sheep to help prune the vines (great photo, too!)


Hi the pictures are amamzing and Jerry you have to come to Cape Breton next year because I can't let Rose go again!! LOL I am glad for the update and even happier you all had a great time!!



Sand i - I shall work on it for you!

Sandra - if you are ever in the area and want a tour of the Jerry and Paul favourite wineries just give me a shout!

Kim - it was a super day! Rose told us all about you *smile*.

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