It’s a blustery fall day here in Western Washington. A series of storms are moving through this week, which is typical for October here, but the winds are coming a bit earlier than usual, and we still have late-season fruit on the trees.
Dad picked all of Woody’s apples this morning. They’re still a tad under ripe, but wouldn’t have held out in this wind, and they are still delicious. Woody made a beautiful assortment this year, including the biggest that we’ve yet seen from him, which will soon be measured and added to Woody’s 1:12 scale miniature apple set.
But for today, I picked a couple boxes of quinces this morning that are in the process of being measured for miniatures.