Wednesday, October 5, 2005

One of the best things about Rochester in the fall is apple picking. Fresh crunchy apples right off the tree. We went last Sunday. I picked a whole bunch of mini apples... so cute. All the pictures are in My Gallery and the best ones in Flickr.

Even though I knew going to Tennessee would be interesting, I didn't want to leave my house full of apples, cider, candy apples, grapes and elderberry pie. I hope Aaron left some for me when I get back.


  1. Jenny,
    I totally agree with you on the New York apples. That happens to be probably the biggest thing I miss about the Rochester area was the delicious empire apples and fresh-milled cider. We have apples in NC but for some reason they just don't cut it. :)

  2. Oooh. I love your fall pictures.

    Signed pining for the north in burning SoCal.

  3. Hehe! We went apple picking last sundsay too. CO apples are waaaay small in comparison to WI apples where we went last time, but the dogs had a great time and we got to eat loads of yummy little apples. I'm cooking w/ store bought this year tho. If u peeled the ones we picked, half of them would be gone.

    PS. I just read a book set in Rochester (well Brockport, actually ... is that a real city?) and the family in it is always going to Wegmans!! I thought of you.

  4. I went a few weeks ago while visiting D.C. although I live in NYC. It was my first time and ALOT of fun. I picked a few mini apples myself. Hope your trip is going well.