I’m not so sure about the “an apple a day” thing, but I can tell you that late summer and early fall is all about the apple around here. Apple picking, apple pie, apple crisp, apple cider, what did I miss?
Did I mention that our neighbor is a CHEF? Check out Zeal – Alissa Hebert – she can’t get enough of baking, just ask her!
Hay run today and a quick visit with Willis – they are super busy.
Woods Cider Mill, they have quite the syrup, cider and jelly business. If you are not from this area, their products are available online.
Speaking of Apple Festivals – Join Us for the 33rd Annual Vermont Apple Festival brought to you by the Springfield Regional Chamber of Commerce!
We’ll have serving trays, cutting boards (small, medium and large) along with cribbage boards. Maybe a picture frame or two, all handmade by us. The Springfield Farmer’s Market members will be there along with additional vendors. Should be a great time and we are certainly hoping for good turn out.
Question: Do you think offering a free gift with purchase will make a significant difference in sales? Small maple syrup or cider jelly? A thank you gesture that supports another local business? Your advice is welcome, please leave your thoughts in the comment section below and thank you for stopping by. We appreciate you!
2 thoughts on “An Apple a Day”
Your images of fall are so cheerful! It’s my favorite season!
Thanks Carol – Fall is a great season!!