THE HAPPIEST PLACE ON THE BLUFF
WE HAVE SOME NEWS!
We are busy getting ready for the 2019 fruit season.
We are excited to offer several classes to help you preserve the summer's harvest. We have classes about making jam, canning, using your preserves for cocktails and making pies. You can sign up now on our website. Go to the classes tab and check it out.
We are going to open for picking cherries on Wednesday, July 10. Our hours will be from 8:00 am - 5:30 pm.
$2.00 per pound Bing Cherries
$2.00 per pound Rainier Cherries
$2.00 per pound Pie Cherries
$2.00 Rhubarb per pound
$3.00 per pound Bing Cherrie
$3.50 per pound Rainer cherries
$3.50 per pound pie cherries
BLESSING ON THE BLUFF
This year we are blessing The Jonah Project.
The Jonah Project fights for freedom by advocating for the at-risk youth and survivors of human trafficking. You will find a donation jar beside the register. Please feel free to drop some money in the jar to bless this Spokane small nonprofit.
Saturday, July 13th 7:30-5:00
This is a special day you can help us bless The Jonah Project. If you bring a gift card for coffee, groceries, fast food or gas you will receive a pound of cherries free. (One pound per family) There will be face painting, cherry spit pit, live music, food truck, Sweet Dreams Cookies and much more. A large part of the proceeds will be going to The Jonah Project.
OPEN IN THE SUMMERS FOR PICKING CHERRIES, RASPBERRIES, PEACHES AND PLUMS
QUALITY HAND-PICKED, LOCAL VENDORS OFFER AN ARRAY OF HOME GOODS AND DECOR
AN INSIGHT INTO OUR FAVORITE SPOTS ON THE BLUFF, RECIPES AND SO MUCH MORE!
My husband Jeff and I purchased our country orchard home on Green Bluff in 1998. I was born and raised in Denver, so I was not so sure about living so far away from “civilization”. Jeff was raised on a farm in Iowa and was looking forward to raising our family in the country, so I thought I would give this farming life a chance. The house and orchard needed a lot of repair, but we were up for the job. With the help of family, we gutted the house and lovingly put it back together. Our wonderful farm neighbors helped us determine which trees could be saved and which had to be taken out. We pulled out 400 apple, apricot, peach and cherry trees and then over the next 19 years, we planted many more cherry, apricot, peach and plum trees. We have also planted about 2000 raspberry bushes. We are a family-operated orchard. Jeff and I, along with our three children, have planted, pruned, hauled, thinned, watered, fertilized, picked and sold our fruit for the last 19 years. All this work has paid for our children’s education, from elementary all the way through college…. READ MORE ON THE BLOG