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Tuesday, October 19, 2010


Seeing the wine harvest brought in and crushed, has been on my bucket list since forever. I will be down in Oregon, having a peek at the process. In order to have the privilege, I have offered to clean toilets, pick stems, or do dishes for the family and friends loving Sineann Wine into being.

I go, hungry to sense and absorb the aspects of this process. Lord, help me see.

Thanks Peter and Nancy. See you.


M.L. Gallagher said...

My sister and I did this one year at a vineyard in Rhine Country -- it is arduous work.

I'd rather be cleaning toilets!

Have a marvelous time.

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Maureen said...

Lucky you! Can't wait to read your post on this.

A Simple Country Girl said...

Oh, what fun! Like Maureen, I will look for stories soon. Have a blessed time.

Will you be camping in the rain? ;-)

shrinkingthecamel.com said...

That is sooooo awesome!! Say hi to Nancy for me. I think we should have a bloggers retreat there sometime - do a little pressing and processing.

Jasmine said...

Are you coming through Portland? Please say yes!

Cheryl said...

Sounds perfectly lovely. There's something very therapeutic about observing the whole process of wine making. I can only imagine how cool it will be to participate!