Apples Wait to be Pressed into Cider- October 2009

This is a reblog- originally posted October 2009.

Sand Hill Berry Farm Cider Press- Bushels of Apples- October Sunday-Mt. Pleasant, PA

Red Currants and Red Raspberries their specialty, not to mention the gooseberries to make jam. Raspberry pies, and free raspberry sundaes. We roasted hot dogs over a fire, and marshmallows to make s’mores.  

Autumn color in the Laurel Highlands of Pennsylvania is hard to beat. The barn was filled with the smell of apples.

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Original four comments.  Zero likes .    My friend Dorothy passed in 2010.  A Memorial Poetry Reading is being planned for this November 13, 2015.  

Ruth, what a wonderful angle to take your picture to include indoors, outdoors and I can almost smell the apples.
Dorothy

 

  • Marlene  
    Great picture!
    Toni
    Great seeing you there in the beautiful countryside with your family. What a picture perfect day!! Those sundaes were really good! Love the photo!!

    Donna      

     How beautiful the colors came out!! Always the photographer

 

8 thoughts on “Apples Wait to be Pressed into Cider- October 2009

  1. No amount of editing can fix the original four comments. Wanted to include them, but can’t find a way to fix the formatting that looks fine in the preview. Ruth

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  2. I love Sand Hill Berries at the Farmers Market on Mondays …always hope to get out to their place. Glad you reposted!!!

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  3. Such a beautiful choice for the first week in the fall. I love everything about this composition- the color , the framing, the memories.

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