2013 has had just the right amount of rain and sunshine. Last year, a frost and the infamous drought ruined a majority of the orchard's crop.
"Not many people have the backyard trees of the family farm anymore," said owner Randy Graham. "We provide that connection that people have lost in general, so it's really a good feeling when they can come out and experience all of the farm the way we intended for them."
Graham says the weather was almost too good this year. Some trees were overflowing with apples. That forced workers to thin many of them out to keep the branches from snapping.