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June 5, 1990 | MARK A. STEIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Every spring, Linda and Peter Lindberg meticulously select their seed, place it by hand into the San Joaquin Valley loam, nurture the crop--and wait eagerly for the first frost to kill their handiwork. It is, in its way, absurd. But it is the life of an average gourd grower. The Lindbergs, however, are not average gourders. They are, in the minds of many, the finest gourd growers in the world.
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June 5, 1990 | MARK A. STEIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Every spring, Linda and Peter Lindberg meticulously select their seed, place it by hand into the San Joaquin Valley loam, nurture the crop--and wait eagerly for the first frost to kill their handiwork. It is, in its way, absurd. But it is the life of an average gourd grower. The Lindbergs, however, are not average gourders. They are, in the minds of many, the finest gourd growers in the world.
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August 20, 1989 | WILLIAM TROMBLEY, Times Staff Writer
Under a scorching August sun, an elderly bicyclist pedaled along the Calaveras River levee until he came to a barrier and a sign that read: "NO TRESPASSING--this is private property!!! No jogging, no walking, no hunting, no fishing, no parking, no dog walking, no bicycling, no motorcycling, no cruising, no sightseeing, etc. etc. etc. without express written consent of the owner. Violators will be prosecuted."
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