Sunday, November 1, 2009


Here are a few random pictures from the 50th annual Harvest Days from October.

Volunteer Bruce Hoover talks about the Pennsylvania Long Rifle.

Volunteer Larry Hess talks about stills.

LVM staff member Tom Martin pulls a beautifully baked apple pie out of the wood-fired brick oven.

Making a rope is a very popular activity at Harvest Days

Even our American Lineback cow Sarah needs a snack, which she gets here from a few new friends!

Volunteer Rick Brouse assists in making home-made apple butter.

Volunteer Mike Elmer, along with resident Belgian horses, Ben and Sue, demonstates plowing.

50 year veteran volunteer master cabinetmaker Clair Garman talks to the next generation of LVM volunteers!

Turkey Hill, a generous corporate sponsor of Harvest Days, delights visitors with free samples.

Folks waiting to buy their admission tickets.

Picking out just the right pumpkin from the Harvest Days "Pumpkin Patch" is a family tradition for many folks. But some people do get a bit carried away now and then!

Not to mention getting started at a very young age!