Friday, November 13, 2009

Apple Crates

Apple Crates
Where: Haverhill, NH
When: November 7, 2009

This was neat, it's a farmstand type thing that sells apples and apple based products. It was fun wandering around the crates and talking to the guys that worked there - I learned that apple crates are very very heavy, and therefore probably pretty hard to upset so I don't know where that phrase came from, and I got to see the new back porch they had to build extra sturdy for unloading new crates. And I got to learn what a "utility" is - it's an extra big bag of apples that aren't pretty enough for the regular bags, but are otherwise just fine.

I wish I had been brave enough to take pictures of these guys, they had such wonderful, interesting faces - you know those faces that just look lived in? But I was too shy. So instead I asked them lots of questions about apples.

1 comments:

Pearlie Mcilvaine January 17, 2013 at 10:47 AM  

Those apples look yummy! Those guys you talked to are correct; industrial apple crates can be very heavy. That is because they are designed to store large batches of apples and other fresh produce in bulk.

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