A city-slicker turned farmer that is organic Amy Wu of Rest Awhile Country Market

A city-slicker turned farmer that is organic Amy Wu of Rest Awhile Country Market

At a few of Seattle’s farmers areas, there exists a stall that is simple with crates of organic fruits through the fertile soils of this Methow Valley. Into the fall, handwritten signs indicate the range of each apple (over 12), such as the rich, red Winesap or the winter that is pale-yellow (apple). The display is even more glorious boxes of large yellow peaches line the tables next to sunset-ombrГ©d apricots, along with bags of Rainier cherries, Bing cherries, and Van cherries during the summer. (más…)

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