Apple Picking and Princeton

We’ve been going apple picking in the same spot for the past five years. I don’t know how we picked this spot. Their apple trees are grown to be kind of like vines to make apple picking easier for little ones. I prefer trees though. It’s prettier.

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The apples are the same though.

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We’ve kept going there mainly because we go visit Princeton afterwards. It’s such a lovely town. We have lunch, walk around a bit and go home. I think we tried 2, maybe 3 spots for lunch. Basically, we tried Agricola first (I think). I can remember another place we’ve been to and that’s it. We just keeping going back to Agricola. It’s not a budget choice but it’s just so good! So eating there has become a bit of a tradition.

We usually walk around a bit afterwards. Gotta digest lunch a little so the driver doesn’t fall asleep on the drive back… Last year, we walked part of the Princeton campus. E wanted to go back to the campus this year so we did but we went to another part. There was a gorgeous little garden, buzzing with bumblebees.

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Now, we just need to do some baking. Though, the way V has been eating apples, we may run out first…

Creative mommy at home to two wonderful little girls, trying to juggle family, sewing, exercise, family, knitting, photography, and did I mention family?

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