Monday, October 5, 2009

Look What We Did

Our weekend turn out to be a nice weather. And this is where we spent it at...well at least the few minutes of it. Our kids had a blast and cannot stop picking apples. (Click the images to enlarge)

Apple PickingWe end up with 57 pounds of apples and my SIL hardly took anything with her. We still have about 40 pounds after she left. I better start drying, baking and mashing to preserve all of this. Would you like some?

You can find more images in my other blog at "In This life". I will be very busy and house will smell like apples until all of these are gone...I smell bake


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a49erfangirl said...

I love apple picking. We just did that a couple weeks ago.

momgen said...

yummy apples...

Edna / HandmadeDiva said...

Really nice apples. My neighbor just gave me a bunch that looks almost like these. I've made two apple pies already. Edna

Nedekcir said...

I think I''l be drying most of it. My family is not into pies right now and I don't want them to get bad. Holiday is still too far away for these apples.

My family is a little weird about pies, sometimes they like it so much sometimes they don't and I guess since we have a lot of apples they don't want other

Thanks for stopping Edna.

Nedekcir said...

Thanks for stopping Momgen and 49erfan, I almost forgot to acknowledge both of you.

Want some apples :)

jborela said...

wow, i love this post!

I have yet to see an apple tree with fruits on it. . . what we have here in the Philippines are apples in styro boxes. . .

Nedekcir said...

Yes, J we have plenty around here. Is there some in Baguio?