Photos provided by Russell Schubert from the Valerie Jean Date Shop archive.
Episode number 3 is complete! (And I’m already working on number 4!)
I encourage you to keep an eye on the “Date Shake Tale-Tellers” posts as I’ll be sharing some photos from Russell Schubert’s archive soon. I feel incredibly honored that he shared these Valerie Jean Date Shop related photos and articles with me and I look forward to sharing them with you!
Also, I’ll be offering “bonus” audio with “Date Shake Tale-Teller” posts on the Local Farey Tales Podcast Facebook and/or Instagram pages. I often end up with too many wonderful soundbites (a good problem to have) and so this is one way I can still share some with you! 🙂
In the meantime, you can listen to the episode under “Listen Here” on the menu or click this link. Then learn more via the hyperlinked Episode Notes.
Note: The photo is from the first (and only so far…) time I tried a Date Shake. As it becomes safer to travel, I look forward to properly exploring the “Date Shake Region” more thoroughly soon!
The Local Farey Tale of the Date Shake is told in 4 chapters (averaging 10 minutes each) by mixing together the voices of the following Tale-Tellers… Maureen Boren (The California Date History Museum), Travis Brown (China Ranch Date Farm), Bob Harrick (Oasis Date Gardens and Woodspur Organic Date Farms), Charles Phoenix, Heather Raumin (Shields Date Garden) and Russell Schubert (Valerie Jean Date Shop)
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