The Professor and I are in beautiful Seattle once again – we’re finishing up a couple of projects with Shauna and Danny and had the pleasure of spending a Saturday visiting friends for a day of cider pressing.
Everyone knows that cider pressing is hard work . . . in the mind of a 4-year-old, tossing apple chunks into a machine where the adults are turning the crank is an adventure and requires a good breakfast at a favorite local restaurant.
Coffee, camera and dreidels are a normal part of the landscape . . .
Making good cider also requires friends with an apple orchard, a ladder and lots of friends . . .
Making good cider also requires mom and dad helpers . . .
Making good cider also requires at least one four-legged friend . . .
Making good cider requires hats, coats, scarves, a big barn, a cider press and a teensy bit of patience – today was a great day.
Enjoy your Sunday!