Last Sunday Todd and I had planned to take Taj to the apple orchard while Kera worked. They were celebrating Johnny Appleseed's birthday and with it being the first weekend of Autumn it was a prefect idea to spend time outdoors doing a fall activity. Both Ethan and Noah chose not to participate. Kera ended up taking the day off so the four of us went to Wilson's Orchard. The orchard was also celebrating Johnny Appleseed's birthday and had fun special activities for the kids, although we missed most of them.
We arrived around 4:45 in the afternoon, we had to wait for a little guy to wake up from his nap. The line to pay for the apples was a 30 minute wait by the time we parked. We had a hard time finding a bucket or basket to put our apples in. We did not make the tractor ride which took people further into the orchard and I guess where the Honey Crisp apples were. One of the workers told us a path we could go on and look for the poles with pink flags, it was our indication the apples on the trees were ready for picking.