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Tony has returned to Minnesota but Jonna and Seth are still playing!

We are Proud to reintroduce our duo

                  Cecil and Vinegar

SOLD OUT!!
Memorial Day!
Monday,May 31

1:30-3:30 at Sweet Cheeks Winery
27007 Briggs Hill Rd, Eugene, OR 97405

Cecil soils are  mapped in the Piedmont region of the southeastern United States from Virginia through North Carolina (where it is the state soil), South Carolina, Georgia and Alabama. Cecil soils support forests dominated by pine, oak and hickory. They have a topsoil of brown sandy loam and the subsoil is a red clay. - Wikipedia

Vinegar is a liquid containing mainly water and acetic acid and used mostly in cooking. It can be made from wine or other liquids containing alcohol. Ethanol is oxidized from the liquid, resulting in Vinegar. Vinegar contains about 5% of Acetic acid which makes it sour. In cooking it is often used as a condiment and is much used in salad dressings. Apple cider Vinegar is typically between pH 4.25 and 5.00 if undiluted. Distilled Vinegar has a pH of around 2.4. - Wikipedia

The red pigments in Cecil soil can be used to dye fabrics. Boil cloth in a Cecil mud mixture with approximately one cup of Vinegar per gallon of water.  The Vinegar alters the pH of the mixture causing the iron molecules to be more soluble and so more easily transferred to the fiber. - Dr Dirt