Monday, September 30, 2013

Saturday Harvest Festival

Underhill is a small town nestled against our small town of Jericho.  Some years ago the United Church of Underhill started their Harvest Market on the last weekend of September.  There were crafts made by church members, a cookie factory, and a sale in the "Clutter Barn."  It grew.  And grew.  It has become quite the event and an autumn destination.



I went early.  They kept on coming.

The line for French fries developed way before lunchtime.

We left when it became too crowded.
It was refreshing to stand and just look at this view from the edge of town.

8 comments:

  1. Gosh... It slipped by me that you lived in a town called Jericho. It was a TV show and we watched it every week. The Harvest Market sounds like a lot of fun.

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  2. Those must be some delicious french fries. I'd stand in line at the pumpkin pie stand! It looks green in your area. i love fall colors in VT.

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  3. I love events like that! Can't wait to see pix of all your changing colors.

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  4. I too hope you are still there for the leaf change and you take pictures.. I believe your state historically has the best colors. Love that last view.

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  5. The last photo....oh my goodness, you live in a beautiful place! I live in the desert SW. I would love to see a view like that every day. Yes! Please post photos of foliage when it changes. I can't even imagine how beautiful it must be. I hope you had the best time possible and thanks for sharing the photos.

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  6. I use to enjoy the Harvest festivals like this. Queue for french fries seems it to b so delicious. Last picture looks so beautiful. You live in a very beautiful and calm place.

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  7. Looks like a wonderful day and perfect weather, too -- so very clear! That last photo certainly is different than what you see around here! Beautiful!

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  8. I try to eat healthy, but I have a weakness for French fries (and also chocolate.

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