Page 88 - A Talk with Dominic Nardocchio
ISSUE : Issue 53
Published by Ronald Caplan on 1990/1/1
Yeah. The peach tree died a couple of years ago. (But it did produce for you.) Oh, yeah, oh, yeah. Just as good as ones from Ontario. (And you have all different kinds of fruits here.) Well, apples, pears. I had plums, but plums. I don't know what's wrong--I had to give them up because they develop a black rot. So I gave them up, no matter what I did. But at first they were good. I had the blue gage, the green gage, and the blue damson, what they call it. (And you plant a big garden.) Oh, yeah, all the time. Even now. I do it all the time. Every year. And I never took a vacation in 50 years. Never took a vacation. I've never closed my shop. I was in the shop all the time. The only time I took a vacation was when they took me away. I had a pretty good rest there for 21 months, anyway! I used to enjoy that. (Dominic laughs.) I used to laugh over it.... A Commitment to Cape Breton MABOU GARDENS Grand Lake Road • SYDNEY • 562-6000 ,''?''''
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