Saturday, September 10, 2005

Sauvie Island Harvest Fair

The scene is the Sauvie Island Harvest Fair which began today at Howell Territorial Park on Sauvie Island. Larry McClure (left) is from the Tualatin Historical Society. Terry Carter (center) is from the Walking Talking History Association. They are being fed spoonfulls of information by our own Lilly Morgan about the upcoming Sherwood Heritage Trail Festival. Hope to see them in Sherwood!

2 comments:

Lilly Morgen said...

It was a lean fruit year, but we managed to make a small amount of apple and pear butter and some "leather britches" (Which are,of course, dried green beans.)
We are now harvesting Hawthore berries for vitamin C Tea for winter. What is everyone elase putting up for winter this year?

Anonymous said...

so cool i love sauvie island . its awsome

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