A stop at North Arm Farm on the drive home

October 30, 2017

Stopping by North Arm Farm in Pemberton has been a tradition for near on the whole 25 years of our cabin life.
North Arm Farm began as a very small seasonal fruit and veg stand and has morphed into this lovely destination!

And can you imagine a prettier place for a farm than under Mt. Curry on these sunny Pemberton Valley meadows?

Look at this glorious, huge barn which leads out onto a picnic area.

The farm was busy with people. I think this was the last open weekend for the season and so everyone was out taking advantage of the lovely weather.

I love the giant, metal firepit where everyone was toasting marshmallows and roasting hot dogs.

Concord grapes…my favourite!

Here is the outdoor snack shop, and inside there is a small bakery/lunch counter where I always buy a few butter tarts.

And in the farm produce area, I bought a rainbow of carrots and beets, and, of course, I had to pick out a couple pumpkins to bring home.

Closing the cabin for the winter

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5 Comments

  • Reply Robert Frank Gasch October 31, 2017 at 2:45 am

    The butter tarts, sound tasty.

  • Reply Daryl October 31, 2017 at 4:20 am

    lovely … many years ago it was a tradition among my friends to drive up into Westchester to a small farmstand that sold apples and cider and cider donuts … this post brought back a lot of memories, thanks!!!!

  • Reply Susan November 1, 2017 at 2:22 pm

    Your cabin looks so cozy with the fire blazing. Such a lovely woodland setting with mountain, river and flora vistas. Your sketches reflect the beauty of the cabin landscape. Your art truly captures the beauty of nature.

    The farm provides a very nice bounty. Nothing better than farm fresh produce.

  • Reply Sharmon Davidson November 3, 2017 at 7:16 am

    Oh, what a glorious place for a farm! Looks like paradise to me! xox

  • Reply Julie November 3, 2017 at 9:06 am

    Hey V, what a gorgeous place to stop at! I love these photos .. it looks like the best place to buy some fresh farm produce. 😀 Of course you had to buy a pumpkin or two .. soup on the way, or pie ..

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