Wagons of Honey Bee Hives in the 110-Acre Cucumber Field of Wappel Farms in San Pierre, Ind. in 2013
Wagons of swarming honey bee hives supply hard-working buzzing pollinators to tend to the delicate blossoms in the 110-acre cucumber field at Wappel Farms along Highway 10 in San Pierre, Ind. in Summer 2013.
While serving as guest speaker at Saturday's 60th Anniversary Luncheon Celebration for St. Mary's Medical Center Auxiliary of Hobart, reader Sarah Boyajian of Hammond asked me an interesting question.
Thank you to the many readers who participated in a parade of friendly canines for last Saturday's charity pet event in Robertsdale near Whiting and Hammond.
FAMILY GATHERING - - Joseph and Julie Wodjula (front row at left), fondly remembered as "Grandpa and Granny Wojdula," are shown in this January 1994 file photo taken at All Saints Catholic Church. Canning pickles are an annual family tradition that continues today.
One of my favorite old photographs printed in my original "From the Farm" cookbook published in 2004 features my Grandma and Grandpa Potempa in 1943 standing in the pickle patch at our farm.
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