Every October, we go apple picking at Lynd’s Fruit Farm. The kids love it, and it’s one of my favorite family traditions.
When the weather is nice, like it was this weekend, the orchards are packed. It doesn’t really matter, because the branches look like this:
As you can see, there are more than enough Fuji apples to go around.
I like that the branches are low. That way, it’s easy for the boys to pick their share.
Occasionally, however, they need to exert themselves.
It’s a lot of hard work. And in this case, hard work should be rewarded with pumpkins.
But, as big and orange and beautiful as the pumpkins are, I think O is more impressed with this:
It’s the smallest apple in the world, and it’s a gift for Special Kitty.
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