Grandpa Edwin, with the help of his sons decided to build a lovely grape trellis over his cistern. It was in no way small, it covered a great area including a walk way to the front of the house. We children searched to find where he had planted white grapes, and where the blue concord grapes were. Our Grandpa Edwin and Grandma Elizabeth had a fondness to share with neighbors and relatives and that included all the bee hives he sat generously around the side of “Cedar Row” that he and his sons had planted. Theresa being small got the job of watering them all every day. She always asked before she died, “Are the Cedars still at Cedar Row?” She was always delighted to hear they were.