Deep Autumn Cider Is Still Flowing and the Farm Is Open; Balto and Natasha Are Being Exemplary.

DAYS ARE GETTING SHORTER; people are getting crabbier.  But Balto and Natasha, ever the model citizens, are making an effort to speak each other’s language.  Isn’t that the least we can do when things get f*cky?

Yes, Dear ‘Creekniks, we’re all in this together.  As the season darkens, why not bring each other a little light?

Like these 2 intrepid pickers.  They came apple hunting after everyone had given up for the season.  Inspiring!

We are still open every day til 5 PM, but APPLE PICKING IS DONE.  Of course you can wander the orchards and playground, but you won’t find many apples within reach.

The stand is stocked with great apples, including antiques and exotics that you can’t find in a grocery store.  (Send them to a friend in an Apple Gift Box!)

“Apples schmapples,” says Natasha.  “Wake me up when the tuna trees are ripe.  And eat that dry food yourself.”

The Cidermeisters are pressing Ambrosia every week.  Load up now for Thanksgiving.  It freezes great.

Get winter squash for only 75¢ a pound.  Delicata, acorn, and more.  Traditional Thanksgiving delights.

Last call to order Apple Gift Boxes for Thanksgiving.  Order online before Monday, November 23, for shipping in time for Thanksgiving to most locations east of the Mississippi.  You can also select “Pickup” at the farm.

If you come to the farm in the next couple days, you’ll find one of us at the stand.  After that, we will switch to self-serve mode.  Have a safe and swell holiday.  Hope to see you at The ‘Creek.

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