They also make their own pressed apple cider. We bought a gallon and tasted it when we got home. I have to say it was the best cider I’d ever had! It smelled so good, too, when I poured it into the glass.
Below are the “fruits” of our labor. haha
We picked LOTS of blueberries!! We’ll be eating them for days!
I have big plans for them and you’ll see some recipes coming up here soon.
Then, as we were leaving, as kids will so often do, they started fooling around and were having a grand ol’ time. So great to see that despite their squabbles and irritations with each other that they really do enjoy each other’s company and love each other very much.
At least that’s what this mother wants to think.
And a sister needs a wet-willy and her wrist chewed on every once in a while anyway.
So, if you’re in the area, please go visit Paul and Nancy and pick to your heart’s content.
They have an abundance of fruits to choose from – apples, blueberries, raspberries, and pumpkins just waiting to be picked. And be sure to pick yourself up some cider. You won’t be sorry!!
I give you BIG baking hugs and muffins!!