It’s tough to construct a grocery list when you haven’t determined what you are having for dinner this week. I woke up at 8, went out to procure coffee, returned, played Bingo with The Kid, got some stuff rolling for dinner, changed and now I’m writing. For once, I’m actually holding everyone else up, as we are due to depart anytime now for Critz Farms in Cazenovia with a stop over at a nearby gas station.
We try to get out to Caz and Critz once each fall for their festival weekends. They have a massive play area for children, plus the promise of apples, cider and pumpkins for The Kid. The connected Harvest Moon Cidery is also a nice diversion for my liver. For $20 bucks or so, you get access to just about everything, including a hard cider tasting. The pass you buy on your first visit gets you in for the rest of the season. If we weren’t 45 minutes away, it would be a tremendous value, simply because we would make 3 or 4 trips. Instead, it’s a reasonably-priced way to spend a Sunday at a great local business.
And did I mention the hard cider?