Sunday, July 10, 2011

Cherries and barn are red

Went to  Cherry picking the other day and I enjoyed it a lot! I got the chance to climb three trees and picked the ripest and the sweetest cherries and they are on top of the tree of course. My first time to come to this farm though hubby and I past this place once.
                                   This little barn is what you can see when you enter the parking lot

                         Inside this barn are old tractors and one old Ford I don't know the model

                                    If you picked tart cherries they could pit it for you but if it's the sweet cherries they don't pit because they said juice will come out.

                                          Ain't that sweet and juicy looking sweet cherries?

                                They make this little barn for the kids to play. How I wish hubby would make a little barn like this for me ^_^
                                                               Linking to BARN CHARM
                                                                 RUBY RED TUESDAY
                 

18 comments:

Felisol said...

What a treasure of a place you have found.
Goodies for both young and adults.
Something to bring home, maybe for the freezer?
As a bonus the place was as cut out for Ruby Tuesday. I love these pictures.

Liz said...

Beautiful shots.

Moms...Check Nyo
Yummy-as-can-be

Ralph said...

The reds are quite stylish here, as in the ruby barn. The reds are delicious, in the cherries. I love an orchard, bushels of fruits or maybe even fruit pies, we usually do not leave a place like this hungry, samples and such...

Shobha said...

Lovely pics of cherry picking...must've been an enjoyable and educative trip.

Jama said...

I love cherries but there's no tree to pluck them, just buy them from supermarket. They are imported from California.

EastCoastLife said...

Cherry picking!? I would love that. I drool looking at those red cherries. I have never seen a cherry tree.

Lesley said...

You can't get any fresher than fresh picked off the tree itself!

Pam said...

Oh how fun! I used to pick cherries every summer with my mom. Sweet memories!

Mari said...

The cherries look good and I like all the barns!

Genie said...

What a fabulous spot to go with the kids. It is all so “fun" looking.I love eating cherries, but do not like the price of them at the grocery store. Your photos are wonderful. Genie

Life Moto said...

great that you have a chance to visit the barn. i like to visit farm ville!


Life Moto -Have a Nice Day!

Jan n Jer said...

Sounds like a wonderful family outing. I just bought some cherries and they are delish! Great pics for Barn charm n RT!

Luna Miranda said...

luscious cherries! i'd be happy to pick cherries if i could eat some.:p

Ms. Burrito said...

I would love to have some Tita.

How pretty !

My Ruby Tuesday, would you please come and see?

Tricia ♥Barn Charmer♥ said...

I remember a place that looked quite a bit like this that my g'ma used to go to pick strawberries when I was a kid. How cool is that! =)

Great shots, Kim, & thank you for continuing to join Barn Charm =)

ellen b. said...

Fabulous. Love the ruby buildings and the cherries!

Mona Sweden said...

Love cherry picking. Cherries are so delicious. The little red house in the first photo is so pretty.

Elaine said...

Mmmm, what lovely looking cherries and a cute little barn too!