Another sign of summer? Fruit stands are opening up across the Grand Valley.
The I–70 Fruit Stand is open for business, and has apricots, cherries, peaches, and peas, among others items stocked up for customers.
Although this year's frost damaged a lot of fruit, employees say the Palisade peaches are still expected to be delicious.
Right now, apricots and cherries are in their peak, and peaches are available, but the best ones are still on the way.
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