CORNWALL, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — Jones Farm in Cornwall has been run by the same family for 102 years.

Visitors find animals, pumpkins and an amazing bakery, but the highlight is Doris Jones Clearwater, who is 89 years young, CBS2’s Cindy Hsu reported.

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Her grandparents started the farm in 1914 and it’s where she grew up, visiting with customers who became like family.

Patrick Carton has been going there for years. He told Hsu he almost married Clearwater, but now he comes for the apple pie.

“It tastes like some special apple from heaven,” he said.

The man who won Clearwater’s heart is named Belder. They were married 66 years ago and are still going strong.

When asked whether they ever think of retiring and maybe heading to south Florida, she responded, “Oh, you couldn’t pay me to go to Florida.”

“This is our home, this is what we enjoy,” she said.

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Nearly everyone in their family lives and works on the farm, which stretches more than 80 acres.

Clearwater’s son David said it’s a non-stop job.

“There’s not a five-days-a-week job and you take weekends off. There’s always animals to feed, something to be picked. It doesn’t stop just because the clock stops on Friday,” he said.

The newest addition to the family is great-granddaughter Isla. Her mother said there’s no question she’s a farm girl.

“When she plays in her little kitchen at home, I ask her, ‘What are you making Isla?’ She says, ‘Kale,'” Catherine Clearwater said with a laugh.

Isla is the sixth generation in the family, and her great-grandmother said they will get her behind a plow in no time.

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The family was happy to tell CBS2 its farmland will never be developed thanks to an agreement with land preservation groups.