Every Fairy Tale Must End?

I’m headed back to reality today.

Sigh!

What a wonderful, spoiled rotten, few days I’ve had.

Also…?

I was in a hotel with no wifi!

Oh, of course, it made me really frustrated.

How can ANY hotel not provide wifi in this day and age?

But …?

At the same time, it was a nice break not to be inundated with real-life-chaos.

I can’t wait to go through my photos.

!!!!

Here’s a photo I took at Cakebread Cellars vineyard yesterday:

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The vines are just beginning to get their “bud break.”

In other words, the vines have gone from being completely barren, to sprouting new green leaves and little buds which will become grape clusters.

It’s amazing because even though they’re still very small (brand new!), you can really see the beginning of what will become a grape cluster.

I’ll show you a close-up of a bud (so you can see the baby cluster!) once I get a chance to go through my photos.

2 Responses to “Every Fairy Tale Must End?”

  1. Erica

    “In other words, the vines have gone from being completely barren, to sprouting new green leaves and little buds which will become grape clusters.”

    Spring!

    • Suzanne

      Yes, spring.
      In the wine world they just call it “bud break.”

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