A Little Fun Before The Storm

A Little Fun Before The Storm

It’s been a busy fall! So much so that I’ve had zero time to post and I’ve really missed you guys. So I thought I’d share a few photos from my trip to Dr. Davies Farm in Rockland County for some long-awaited apple picking. We made it in just under the wire, before the apple season ended and before Hurricane Sandy barreled through taking all the remaining apples with her. 
Have you ever been apple picking? Or any kind of fruit picking? It’s a lot of fun and a great way to spend a day out of the city.

The pole you have to use is a little unwieldy but after getting the hang of it, I wanted to get as many pretty (and yummy) apples as possible.


I do however, recommend getting the little wheelbarrow to haul your loot back to the car. Half a bushel of apples is really heavy!

There were also pumpkins, that I couldn’t climb on… 

… but I tractor that I could.
A good time was had by all. And a few days later, there was PIE!!
A little crispy around the edges but delicious nevertheless!

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2 Comments

  1. 9 November 2012 / 1:43 AM

    I love to eat pumpkin. I'm addicted to it.xD
    Maybe follow each other on BLOGLOVIN and GFC???
    My Blog

  2. 9 November 2012 / 3:47 PM

    Thanks for stopping by and sharing your love of pumpkin!! Let's definitely follow each other!

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