When all was said and done, we had picked two bushels of apples. I'm pretty sure that the $60 worth of apples is enough to make apple pies, caramel apples, baked apples, apples and peanut butter for snacks, apple sauce, and more. I love fall...if it wasn't followed by MN winters, I'd probably declare it my favorite season.
Dave took off for the evening. He headed out to watch a soccer game somewhere. I stayed home, cleaned up, and spiked a low-grade fever in reaction to my shots. It was a pretty low-key day, but that's how we roll...
|Clover helps daddy open presents|
|Someone starts the apple hunt with the grumpies|
|Oh good! She found giant apples and her silly smile!|
|Sophie and her giant honeycrisp|
|Good work farmer Ella!|
|Half way done|
|Yep, grumpies are definitely gone!|
|Andi and daddy pick Honeygold|
|Dave thinks this is the main shot for a movie about three little superheroes atop a mountain (of hay).|
|Happy "Natal Day," Dave -- as Nikki says.|