A wonderful way to spend the afternoon with friends and little ones. The fields of Pick Your Own at Larriland Farms are expansive and varied. With a wide variety of apples that are ready for picking encourages yummy things like Apple Pie.
Apple Pie a la mode you are calling my name. Off to bake!
My favorite fruit is grapes. Because with grapes, you always get another chance. ‘Cause, you know, if you have a crappy apple or a peach, you’re stuck with that crappy piece of fruit. But if you have a crappy grape, no problem – just move on to the next. ‘Grapes: The Fruit of Hope.’
Categories: 2013 Project 365
mmmm…apple pie..now there’s a true autumn treat! beautiful photos 🙂
The problem is..I can’t eat just one piece of pie. 🙂
Well it wouldn’t be right if u only ate one piece anyways 🙂
Those apples look really scrumptious, Emily. Sounds like you had a great time picking them.
Thanks so much for the beautiful print. It was waiting for me when I got back home yesterday. xx 🙂
Oh I am so happy it arrived. How did it look? I wasn’t 100% thrilled with the image itself as it’s a bit out of focus. I did have it printed on the metallic paper which makes it pop. Hope you liked it.
Yes I love it.The metallic paper is awesome. I’m going to look for a frame this coming week. 🙂 Thanks again. xx
Michaels has a buy one get one free sale this week. I think it ends Saturday. So happy you like it.
Having grown up surrounded by apple orchards when I was a kid, I love fresh picked apples, especially on a warm fall day. However, I have no desire to stand on a ladder for hours with a heavy sack of apples slung over my shoulder again. 😉
Is there anything you haven’t done? You’d like these trees. They are all trimmed low, and many times I had to bend over to pick the apples. It takes just minutes to get a bag full. Not like blueberries!
yummy! Apple pie and ice cream 🙂
Now you’re making me drool again. 🙂
Did someone say apple pie?!?!? 😀
My grandfather had an acre at an orchard. It had a Frankinapple tree…. it was grafted with 5 different varieties of apple. To funny to see.
I absolutely love that ! Frankinapple ! Now that is a tree I’d like to have in my yard. It’s a brilliant idea.
I can almost feel the scrunch and taste the juice in those apples!
There is nothing like fresh picked fruit. Hope you get to enjoy some this season.
They look good enough to eat. We’ve been picking apples from our garden trees and blackberries from the field behind our house, so I’ve already made a couple of apple and blackberry crumbles: delicious! Happy baking! 🙂
It amazes me that you have blackberries ripe now along with the apples. Our blackberries are ripe mid-summer around blueberry and peach season. I can imagine how delicious your crumbles are.
Hi. Got back from France this morning. Internet terribly slow while travelling and couldn’t get links. I guess we have a cooler climate and that’s why the blackberries last this long but I started picking them in September!
Welcome Home Fatima !! I saw that you visited while on holiday. You are truly too sweet. I bet you had a fabulous trip. Can’t wait to hear more.
Wonderful Emily, nothing like a fresh apple right off the tree! I grew up surrounded by apple orchards, brought back great memories.
Oh what a glorious place to be near as a child. I hope you were able to play in them and pick and eat one whenever you wanted to.
We just harvested our apples recently, too. Pie and crisp mmmmmm
You are so lucky to be able to get apples. I have a few trees in my yard, but the squirrels eat all the little apples before they become anything.