The trees are waking up and starting to bloom...right now, the only open blossoms are on the Transcendant crab trees but before long, the entire orchard will be covered in flowers. The bees are stirring from the hives more and more each day getting ready to pollinate so we have a good crop this year. We hope that there's a few more days of rain to help the ground stay nice and damp! Lou's put in a lot of mulch to hold as much moisture as possible. The winter has been very dry: we got a lot of rain in December but almost nothing since then except for a few showers in March. We've been bottling lots of cider!! Our cider was included in the Artisan Cheese Festival in Petaluma and featured with Marin French Cheese's display during one of the tours. It's now being stocked there, as well as at the Marshall Store and at Cowgirl Creamery Cantina in Point Reyes Station. Of course you can always stop by the farm and get some here if you're in the area but be sure to call or e-mail first to make sure that we're here to greet you!