Year: 2014

October 15th: Closed for 2014!

Well we finally ran out of apples! It was a great season and I would like to thank everyone for coming up to pick and enjoy the view. We had some great weather and an awesome year overall.   On

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October 8th Update

UPDATE for Monday: we are down to Spartan and Honey Crisp. We’ll stay open for a couple days during the week to finish off the remaining apples. We are thinking until thursday.   Last weekend was a bit wet but

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October 3rd Update

This weekend will be fairly similar to last. We will have Macs and Cortland at $0.80/lb as well as Honey Crisp at $1.50/lb. There are still plenty of Honey Crisp, although the Cortland are getting a little low but they

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September 22nd Update

We have been having some great weather, and there is some good news for you Cortland and Honey Crisp fans! Currently in the orchard we have McIntosh and a limited amount of Lobo. Starting on Wednesday the 24th we will

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Sept 17-24th: Variety Forecast!

Hello everyone, we are finishing up Paula Red and Ginger Gold in the orchard. This weekend we will be picking Lobo and Macs starting on Friday. These will be $0.80/lb. Good for eating and cooking!   We’ve been asked when

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Sept 10-17th: Variety updates

The weather has been great so far for our first week open. It was a light crop of Paula Red and Dudley so they will be finishing up by the end of this week. This weekend we will start picking

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Opening Sunday September 7th!

The time has arrived! We will be opening on Sunday September 7th from 10am to 6pm. The variety will be Paula Red, which is an excellent eating apple, for $0.80 per pound. We are hoping that the Dudley, Alexander, and

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Update for 2014

Hello everyone, I hope it has been a good year so far! The orchard has been marching along steadily this year and I thought it would be a good time for an update.  Paula Red will be our first apple,

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