Fall Apples: Trip to Sea Cider Farm and Ciderhouse

Another wonderful trip to another Ciderhouse on Vancouver Island! Despite my allergies to raw apples, I enjoyed exploring Sea Cider Farm and Ciderhouse. A friend and I went to explore the property on the farm’s “Apple Day,” a family friendly event.  There were kids events (Scavenger hunts, pressing your own apple juice, orchards to play in, bobbing for apples, etc) and a lot of cider tastings (obviously, for adults). We missed the tour that takes you around and explains how the apple cider is made however, we did get to walk through the beautiful orchard full of all kinds of apples.

Even though we didn’t stay very long, we managed to take some photos of the property. Please enjoy the following photographs! I can’t wait to make some Hot Apple Cider (which I’m not allergic to because the apples are cooked).

YA! FALL IS HERE!

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Kids bobbing for apples. Cropped to keep a kid out of the picture.
Kids bobbing for apples. Cropped to keep a kid out of the picture.
Apple Press Juicer: Making wonderful Apple Juice for the kids!
Apple Press Juicer: Making wonderful Apple Juice for the kids!

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Desert Ciders
Desert Ciders

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img_1161The ground was also covered in Queen Anne’s Lace (Wild Carrot)

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