It looks like a popular outing for our group is a trip to
Oak Glen Apple Harvest. That's putting it mildly; this was
the hands-down winner in our January activity poll.
More members are interested in this field trip than any
I went to check it out, back around apple blossom time.
It's worth a good day of wandering around. The region
has entertainment, educational tours, farms, orchards,
restaurants, bakeries, and unique shops. The highlight, to
me, was a pie at Apple Annie's. This pie was about 9
inches high at the center, and delicious. We could have a
whole pie for less than the cost of two slices, so a whole
we bought. I'd make a return trip just to find another.
Those blossoms have now turned into fruit. The harvest
season is September through November, with most
apple varieties picked around the first of October. So,
let's go there on Sunday, October 6. Steve Peter has
volunteered to be our tour guide, again.
Our carpool point will be Goodwin’s parking lot in
Crestline, on the corner of Lake Drive and Lake Gregory
Drive. Meet there at 8:45 am, departing at 9:00 am.
Rendezvous at 10:00 am at Apple Annie's, 38480 Oak
Glen Rd, Yucaipa, CA 92399. Directions are here.
Oak Glen Apple Harvest