|Appletrees like to grow close to the sea, this is the view from the applefarm were we went for the safari.|
|Older trees in row after row.|
|Very young and innocent plants on recently arrendated land.|
Since appletrees are best settled close to water, this coast is the site for several large applefarms .
Well, I was going to put pictures here and was disturbed in the middle of everything, that is why this post was published in an very unfinished fashion. Now however, there will be order!First of all, the road we travelled was chosen carefully, mostly because its beautiful. Amongst other things I hereby present you with -the meadows by Trolle-Ljungby !!! This is the wiew the countess has from her windows, nice isn't it?
|The meadows across the lane.|
|The castle of the count and countess Trolle-Wachtmeister.|
|The private chapel|
|Gravensteiner, we had to pick some to save up for winter!|
|These little beauties are called Picheon or Pidgeon. They are far too expensive and rare to go on the common market, but sometimes you can get a bite. Sweet and almondlike they are told to be.|
|The first applecrushers where quite crude but effective.|
|Happy applepickers from 1935!|
|Some apples have trouble spelling their own sirnames!|