Saturday, September 18, 2010

Smicksburg, PA Apple Festival

This is the entrance to The Drying Shed, a prim shop that is housed in an old farmhouse. They have another shop in *downtown* Smicksburg.

My friend and I decided to enjoy the nice fall weather and take a ride to Smicksburg. There are a few prim stores, a restaurant and a winery nearby.

Taken near Smicksburg where a huge group of Amish folks reside. As you can see, this area is definitely farm country. Well,actually, Pennsylvania has quite a bit of farmland all over the state.

This photo was taken at the Windgate Winery not far from Smicksburg. My friend is standing behind the wagon.

This photo was taken in a little village called Coolspring between Brookville and Punxsutawney ( The Weather Capital ). The white building is a little general store. My grandmother was from this area.



  1. oh I so love the photos you shared..we definitely don't have that flavor here and I would love to have the area..thanks for sharing.;)

  2. Hi Linda,
    You always have such beautiful and interesting things to share of your outings.

    Thank you for posting them for us to see!

  3. I could sit here all day and stare into the pictures of the Pennsylvania farmland. Linda, I am so glad I found you. I just love your blog. I am now going to read the rest of it to get to know you a little better.

  4. Hi Linda..I just came upon your blog because you became one of my followers...THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR JOINING.
    And I just became one of yours.

    Your post here is most people I LOVE FALL...the prettiest time of year. Spring is the freshest but Fall is just PERFECT in every way.
    I'm off to visit your other posts.


Thank you so much for stopping by. I appreciate your visit ! Blessings, Linda