Bob Kretschman's been busy. First he wrote up the hotel, then he swung by Z's Orchard to interview Palisade Peach grower Carol Zadrozny for Colorado Biz Magazine.
Under the headline, "State of the State: Agriculture, Education, Energy and By the Numbers" with the subtitle, "Agriculture: Peach crop plump, sweet — and pricey," Bob wrote:
"Colorado’s peach crop took its time this year, with fruit growing plump and flavorful thanks to an unusually long, cool spring.
"Although fruit is ripening 10 to 14 days later than normal, growers say the crop is one of the best in years.
'The peaches are late, but everything is coming off superb. Flavor and size are just awesome,' said Carol Zadrozny, owner of Z's Orchard in Palisade.
You can read the rest of the article here.