Saturday, October 1, 2016

Apple Picking at Weber's Cider Mill Farm

Last Saturday we drove out to Weber's Cider Mill Farm and did some apple picking. Landon was a bum and decided to stay home and sleep (teenagers!) so it was just me, Tony and the two little's. We decided to pick a "peck" ($19) which was between 10-12 pounds worth. They supply the bags according to how much you want to pick and then you go and fill them up. There were several varieties to choose from and we were able to fill our bag in no time. There were Macoun, Empire, Jonagold, Golden Delicious and Crimson Crisp to name a few.

Once we'd finished picking our apples we headed over to the other part of the farm where all the activities are.

The hay bale maze is always a big hit with Harper but they both really enjoyed the giant slides this year! They must have gone down at least a dozen times!

We rode on the hay ride and then had some lunch before heading out. It was a really fun afternoon and something the kids have enjoyed each year. I hate that we'll only be able to do this a few more years before they'll outgrow it. 

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