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Blueberries Are In

by Bobby Blair
July 5, 2017

On December 16th, 2016 at 6:24 am Henry and Elisabeth Patt lost their home on Gorwin Drive to a horrific fire. Both made it out of the home with their lives but pretty much everything else was lost.

The Patts are currently rebuilding and builder Mark Dellicker told me on Monday that he hopes to have the Patts settled in their new home by fall.

Dellicker was also told by Henry Patt that he expects to open his blueberry patch this coming Thursday July 6th.

Henry and Elisbeth's new headquarters appear to be a tent in the blueberry patch.

And the berries are ripe - get them before the birds do.

 

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Comments (3)

Thanks Bobbi for the great article, and scary picture. But thank goodness things are looking up. We are looking forward on opening tomorrow for the blueberries and meeting our friends again. Love, Elisabeth and Henry

- Elisabeth Patt | 7/5/17 9:01 PM

So glad that things are working out so well for the Patts. We would have missed picking, but if the Patts needed to take a year off, we would have understood. Very pleased that they won't be.

- Beth | 7/5/17 11:11 AM

When I drove by last week to see the site flattened I took it as a promising sign. This is terrific news & I'm so happy to know that Mr & Mrs Patt will have a new home for the fall! -not to mention how glad I am to know the blueberries will be here too!

- Stacie | 7/5/17 8:20 AM

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