We are so appreciative of all of the people who have come out to pick apples at Shade Tree this year. Most people think of apple picking in October, wearing sweaters and drinking hot cider, but in Tennessee, we do start earlier. This year, it was even earlier.
It was another great weekend at the orchard and I so enjoy seeing the full baskets of big, beautiful apples coming into the store.
This weekend will be another big weekend as we are a stop for Robertson County Chamber’s Experience Robertson County. We are one of 11 stops for this eventful day. What a great way to get out and see all that Robertson County has to offer and to see what a beautiful county we have to call home. We will still be picking apples this weekend, but this will probably be the last weekend to find lots of apples. There will always be apples in the store and we will continue to let folks pick for another few weeks.
Every year, we grow and every year we have new customers, which we love. We also have customers who have made a trip to Shade Tree an annual tradition and that really warms our hearts.