Monday, July 12, 2010


...New Jersey, an aptly named place,
known for it's grapes, grown in the large space;
Thomas Bramwell Welch, bought a lot of grapes,
he made "unfermented wine" or the juice of grapes.

The growers were Italian, it's something they know best,
there were other farms, The Garden State, tells the rest;
maybe New Jersey gets a bad rap, from those that live away,
but life can be good, the skies aren't always grey.
Top: Giampietro Park, a nice place to relax
Middle: Downtown Vineland - traditional
Bottom: The "new" downtown - the American way

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