We finally got around to labeling the four cases of maple wheat and a new bitter that we had laying around. We decided to go with the picture of the statue for the bitter (a new label), and we kept the picture of the goats from last year’s maple wheat. The goats are from the “No Wahala” farm up in Hudson, which is owned by uncle. “No Wahala” is what the Nigerians used to tell him when they were going to take care of something (such as a decapitated corpse floating down the river) and he did not have to worry himself over it. It means “No Trouble”.