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Cherry crop overloads business owner

Larry Culp is up to his ears in cherries.

Fourteen years ago, Culp planted 18 cherry trees for his father, Ray Culp, in Carlsborg.

"I bought every possible kind available," he said.

"All native to the Northwest."

His father wasn't a huge fan, but Culp has grown to love them and eats several each morning with his breakfast, he said.

Culp normally trims the tree branches but this year he didn't do it, so he is offering the cherries at a "make-an-offer" discount.

The cherries will be available at the Old Mill Café, 721 Carlsborg Road.

For availability, visit the café or call 582-1583.

Sequim Gazette photos by Matthew Nash



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