Valle Vista: Walnut excitement old and new
Robert Lindquist, in his best retired gentleman style, waxed poetic in prose he posted about San Jacinto Valley walnuts.
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#1 Apr 30, 2013
Cute photo and an encouraging story. Thanks for keeping the history Rob!
#2 Apr 30, 2013
This valley was an abundant source of agriculture, When i first moved here in 1970,Beautiful,peaceful,Its just a damn shame,what our city leaders have done to it over the generations!
#3 May 3, 2013
YEA for the Washburn's!! Those boys seems to want to keep Hemet alive, and back to the good old days. IF you have time and want fresh veggies and fruits they are selling them from a stand they own aaaaaaaalll the way out in Valle Vista going toward Idylwild.
WE need more people like the Washburn's who want to see Hemet thrive as a farming community ...who want to see the nice wholesome community it once was.
#4 May 3, 2013
Yes, lets support their effort. It is so good to see.
#5 Jan 15, 2016
Oranges 2 :)
#6 Jan 18, 2016
What about slab apricots posers!
#7 Jan 19, 2016
Oh for Beth!
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