Harvest time in Hood River

Here we are already at the beginning of September and because of the early spring we are already picking, canning and drying our produces from the McBee garden.

Here’s a dozen quarts of canned prunes: img_3432

And here’s my dried apples ready to start up 135degrees F for 24 hours. 100 apples gives about 3 gallons of dried apples. Great for winter eating.

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Enjoy the fall, winter is almost here.

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