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Protect the Grapes!

Prepping for takeoff (Photo courtesy Matt Hamm/Flickr)

A cold pair of mornings in the Missoula Valley had lots of people running to cover the plants before a frost. But what do you do if you’ve got several acres to cover? Ten Spoon Vineyards was faced with that dilemma.  So they hired a helicopter to fly over the grapes, using the downdraft to drive away any chance of frost. Curious Bob, a semi regular, on the Craig & Al Morning Show, lives up the “Snake” (his word) where Ten Spoon is located and shot some video.

But wait, there’s more things flying over Missoula.

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