A place to grow, Color Composition and Story Number 19

35 years ago the third and last Church I served in was in Waterloo Iowa. We connected with many good people and learned that the science of the soil made this place one of the most amazing places in the world to grow things.

Now that we have started to travel again we took a trip to see our beloved Goddaughter, Nicole and her little boy Griffin and Nicole’s Mom, Delores.

Nicole drove us out Dingleberry Road in Iowa City to Wilson’s Orchard to pick strawberries.
Boyhowdy these are not the strawberries you buy at the Kroger Store. To pick a strawberry on a 93 degree day and pop it in your mouth – ain’t nothing like it!
‘The G-Man was into it.
It is a place to grow

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