July 2014 in our vineyard
Good news for our cold-hardy scuppernong breeding program: We have at least one that is self pollinating! We also expect our first batch of grapes to harvest so we had to install a bear fence around our vineyard. We will bringing our Scottish Highland cows back to our pasture at the end of this month. We have expanded our fenced pasture for an additional 4 acres.
Bonnie with her calf, Fiona, born April 14, 2014
Chemtrails over our farm has become a daily occurance. We don't understand why more people aren't getting upset with the huge volumes of aluminum, barium and strontium compounds that are raining down on us nearly every day.
Chuck checks his top bar bee hive under
the watchful eyes of Stuart Van Meter - August 2013
Father Fred Werth blessing our vineyard
in July 2013
Looking east to the Blue Ridge Mountains
from our vineyard during sunset in May 2013
Chuck with our first horn manure buried on
November 8th, 2012.
Chuck with brood comb from a new bee swarm
being transferred to our top bar bee hive in summer 2012.
Rosette (left) was born early on
the morning of September 28, 2012. Her mother
is Ròs (see photo below).
Sandy (right) was born in the afternoon of November
5, 2012. His mother is
Bonnie. This picture was taken December 20th.
two gaited geldings joined our biodynamic vineyard/farm in
July 2012. Prince is our black 6 year old
racking horse & Dusty is our 7 year old Appaloosa. Very
friendly horses - they love to be fed treats and petted!
Our two Scottish Highland cows, 3 year
old Ròs on the left
and 4 year old Bonnie on the right, came to Jewel of the
Blue Ridge Vineyard in April 2012 to live in their 3 acre
Jeannie & Chuck Blethen's open
house July 2011
Click here to
photos of the July 14, 2011 Open House
Open House newspaper article___________________________________________