They say that , “A man’s best friend is his dog.”—(George Vest), but Corey Ford said, “Properly trained, a man can be dog’s best friend.”
And, if you happen to be a homeless, a stray, injured or abandoned dog or cat roaming around in the Surface Creek area, that “properly trained” human may very well be a member of a highly respected, caring, hardworking and amazingly dedicated group of volunteers of the Friends of Cedaredge Animal Control (FCAC).
Sculptor Bill Morrow has a philosophy about life. “I have a tendency to say, ‘Yes.’ ‘No’ closes doors.”
Before being known as a sculptor, Morrow was successful at winning bids and landing welding jobs in support of the oil and gas industry on the Western Slope of Colorado.
The harvest began on Aug. 31. Before a week had gone past, it was over.
This harvest is a relatively new feature in Delta County’s familiar annual cycle of sowing and gathering.
Delta County’s small acreage agriculture producers create some of the best and most unique culinary products available.
Shawn and Janese Carney, since 2005, have been turning the fruits of their labor into one of the most unique local products of all at their Blossomwood Cidery just north of Cedaredge on NE Indian Camp Avenue.