October 02, 2008

Harvest 2008

It was not a pretty day by any means. Although it did not rain, the threat was there and the wind was strong. Jokes kept us warm as we proceeded on both sides of the rows.
There could be no complaint this year about the bounty - no frost or rot damage to the crop.
The better looking clusters saved from the press were going home with the harvesters' table.
A glance at the scenery - in better weather we would sit under the walnut tree and enjoy the afternoon sharing food and stories - but today, we hurried home.


Jilly said...

Fabulous series of photographs of the harvest. Love them.

Webradio said...

Hello Isadora !
Great photos !

Is the wine good ine Hungary ???
See You later.

GrandmaK said...

Though it looked like a chilly day the grapes were certainly decked out in all their glory. What beautiful color and plump richness...Tasty? Have a grand day! Cathy

Suldog said...

Hello from Boston!

You did a wonderful post, last year, concerning our "Thanksgiving Comes First" campaign. Might you be interested in joining in again?



Luke Wiley said...

Looks like some good grapes.

raccoonlover1963 said...

Hello Isadora. Those grapes look wonderful! If I would have thought about it, I would have kept the seeds from the grapes that I made jelly from and planted them next year. The harvesting around our area is primarily corn and soybeans.

Bergson said...

A beautiful report of grape harvest.

The wine will be good this year?

Ming the Merciless said...

Thanks for sharing the wonderful scenery and glimpse into the wineyard world. I bet the work is backbreaking, having to hunch over for hours.

Glad to hear the bounty was plenty.

Becky said...

This looks very much like my own valley. Grapes, open spaces, hills in the distance...it's homey!