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Barbara Coval was busy making and loading dozens of gallons of fresh apple cider at her North end home on 84th Avenue S.E. last week. Coval uses apples from her own trees, then presses the cider on site. - Hilary Benson/Special to the Reporter
Barbara Coval was busy making and loading dozens of gallons of fresh apple cider at her North end home on 84th Avenue S.E. last week. Coval uses apples from her own trees, then presses the cider on site.
— image credit: Hilary Benson/Special to the Reporter

Barbara Coval was busy making and loading dozens of gallons of fresh apple cider at her North end home on 84th Avenue S.E. last week. Coval uses apples from her own trees, then presses the cider on site.

 

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