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Apple Farms in Oak Glen


Saturday, we took Martina, and her friend, Anita (another Italian exchange student from Civitavecchia), to see the apple farms about 45 minutes from us in the hills of Oak Glen.

The weather was a bit cooler, and they had never seen apples growing before. They enjoyed every stop and all the samples. They tasted a dozen kinds of apples, cider, apple donuts and apple pie with ice cream! After all of that, no one was very interested in the picnic lunch I packed, but we all had a fun day!












There just might be a few apple recipes in my family's future!

Comments (4)

Barb Cabot:

What great experiences. I expect there will be many blog posts about luscious apple desserts. mmmm I'm thinking about an apple pie right now.

Paul B:

We just went apple picking today. Hope you guys had fun! There was no apple donuts though.

Jan Wolf:

What fun for these lucky girls. Where is this area?


That looks like fun! I'd love to go.

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