Or, Kentucky for those who did not catch the vernacular! Last weekend I had the pleasure of returning to Bramble Ridge Orchard in Mount Sterling, Kentucky for their Apple Butter Days. Bramble Ridge Orchard supported my pottery when I was just getting started at Berea. Cindy and Terry, who own the orchard, are wonderful people and supportive of my work and the arts in general.
The weather was fantastic, so I set my pottery up without the tent. I also could not stay through the afternoon as I had to leave for a wedding, so that made breaking things down a little easier. It was so nice to see familiar faces and to meet people who had been buying my pottery for years at the Orchard.
Inside of their barn there was fresh apple butter being made. The smell was unbelievably delicious, and the product was wonderfully tasty!
Making apple butter
If you missed the Apple Butter Days and are in the Mount Sterling area, be sure to stop by Bramble Ridge Orchard to see the new inventory of pottery I left for sale!