E in the apple orchard.Oh my goodness it's greenery! I love the mountains in AZ.
I thought these peppers were absolutely lovely.
I was really hoping to find green tomatoes at the produce farm, but I didn't get my hopes up. Lo and behold we found some! I now have about five beautiful green tomatoes sitting on my kitchen counter waiting to be sliced, tossed in seasoned flour, and fried up to a beautiful crisp! We want to go back next month when the pumpkin patch and corn maze will be open.
It seems like every time it rains here, I get a horrible headache due to the change in barometric pressure. We were supposed to go to his classmates house, but my head was hurting so bad by the time we got home from the orchard that we just ended up staying home.
Lastly, I've noticed that quite a few towns that have Army posts incorporated into them have been given clever names. Hinesville, GA (Ft. Stewart) was called Hines-vegas. Fayetteville, NC (Bragg) is sometimes referred to as Fayette-nam. There's Rat-cliff, KY, rather than Radcliff (Knox). I was kinda disappointed that there wasn't some clever name for Sierra Vista, the town Ft. Huachuca is incorporated into. E informed me today that one of his instructors call it Sorry Vista, haha! I don't hate it here, but I'm ready to move on to greener (or not-so-greener, as in I've heard our next duty station is not-so-green) pastures.