Sunday, October 02, 2011

An Apple a Day...

We drove out west of here (about 3 miles) to our favorite apple stand. The area around here is famous for Autumn apples. We like to buy a small (½ peck) bag every few weeks. Each apple variety peaks as the weeks go on, starting in late summer with the Gravensteins, and this week we bought Gala and Johnagolds. We didn't wait to get them home, but began munching while walking around and taking pictures. Nothing like an apple fresh off the tree on a crisp, cool, Autumn day!





We'll be back for pumpkins and more apples soon.

4 comments:

Ricki Jill Treleaven said...

I just bought a big bag of Honeycrisp apples!!! :D

Sarah said...

Seeing fresh apples everywhere here in France. Tis the season. ~ Sarah

LaPouyette said...

Yes! Yes! There is really nothing better than an untreated natural apple fresh from the tree!

Beautiful images!

Greetings from the Périgord, South-West France
karin

sharon said...

apples everywhere here too, but I'd love to find that many pumpkins!
Sharon

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