|kids picking apples together|
As all things seem to go with me, this wasn't quite right. When I got there, she looked at me and said that she was only expecting 1 adult and 3 children. That is odd as Neither Amy nor I would have had that combination even on our own. I had told her there would be up to 8 people picking. We ended up only being able to pick a bag a piece and when I say a piece that would be me and Amy and the bag was one of the smallest ones I have ever seen for one of the most exorbitant prices I have seen. The experience, company and fun was worth it in the end, but we will look harder next year for a different experience.
|Logan is feeding the chickens clover.|
I plan to make apple pie filling and can it as I already have made some applesauce and canned that.
I really enjoy these experiences and need to find more cultural experiences to do with Turner. If anyone has suggestions, I would LOVE to hear them.
|Simon giving Turner a bite of his apple.|
|The donkey is biting my elbow in this very picture. I was also nibbled on by|
a horse. He was trying to eat my shirt and pants.
|Two farmers chatting about their day. LOVE this picture|
|the wagon welcoming us upon arrival. It was HARD to locate this place,|
but once you found it, they had cute decorations.
|This is the sign from the road. No wonder it was hard to see. AHH. We both|
passed the place about 3 times. Turner and I stood at the road so Amy would