Sunday, October 17, 2010

Sunday Afternoon Apple Picking

A fall tradition - apple picking.
Usually my daughter and I go together or with a
group of friends, but today, it was a go alone or not at all.
It was a gorgeous fall day and perfect for apple 
picking at Lynd's Fruit Farm.


 Sorry for the quality of the picture - it was taken
through the window of my car.  I promise the rest will be better.

At the fruit tent, they were selling everything from pumpkins, 
corn shucks, apples, pears and cider.


Away from the crowds and the lines buying produce, I
headed out to the orchards where I was surprisingly
alone.  
I found out later, everyone was over in the Fuji fields
and I was picking the Gold Rush apples.  I'll let
the pictures speak for themselves.



I'm linking with The Tablescaper for
 

4 comments:

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

Looks like you had a very nice day!

The Tablescaper said...

I haven't been able to fit apple picking into this year's schedule but it is so fun. It looks like you had a glorious day.

Thanks so much for joining Seasonal Sundays.

- The Tablescaper

Christie said...

The joys of apple picking! How fun! Thank you for stopping by Three Pixie Lane! I LOVE all the bee keepsakes you posted! ADORABLE things! I am a new beekeeper...started in May; however, my dad and my uncle have been bee keeping for years. I have so enjoyed extracting the honey with them and my kids love it, too! So, my dad set up two apiaries in my yard...so far, so good! I am excited, but have much to still learn! Thank you for sharing your collection! Bee skeps are hard to find! And expensive when you do! Christie at Three Pixie Lane

Thoughtfully blended hearts said...

I can just smell those apples...one of the few smells that I can recall...since my sinuses killed my sense of smell!!!
Beautiful photos of a beautiful day!!!
I remember climbing apple trees and picking apples!!!

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