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2022 Arkansas Persimmon Winter Prediction


Folklore has it that persimmon seeds predict winter weather. Join our friend @Busvlogger as he checks in with friends around the Natural State for his annual OnlyinArk.com Winter Persimmon Prediction.

A little hint….we’ve got knives, forks, spoons and even a spork!


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James is Arkansas's youtuber and has been THE Volkswagen Bus guy on YouTube since 2010. When he's not taking you on a family road trip, James shows you behind the scenes of people building their dream lives, including his own. From his viral success making rainbow cupcakes, putting the finishing touches on the family's relocated 1936 Craftsman farmhouse and visiting Yellowstone, Route 66 or the other side of their mountain in the Ozarks, the experience is always diverse and fun.

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3 responses to “2022 Arkansas Persimmon Winter Prediction”

  1. Kellee M says:

    Always look forward to this winter weather prediction. Thanks!

  2. Sandy West says:

    My favorite use for native persimmons was my grandmothers Persimmon Cookies! Hard to find presimmon trees these days – but I’ll definitely be making Persimmon cookies if they become available!

  3. Rebecca says:

    Where did the picture of the gold rimmed glass of a slice come from? Love looking forward to the snow!!

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