Fall in Michigan is rapidly approaching. Depending on where you live, you may already say that it has arrived. And what an incredible season it is.
Cider mill, anyone? According to one report, this year’s apple crop could see “an increase of 7 million bushels over 2015 and the biggest ever for the state.” There has never been a better time to go apple picking, then end the afternoon with a glass of apple cider and a freshly-baked donut.
For those just looking to get outside and enjoy the fall foliage, take a look at this prediction map. For most of northern Michigan, peak season should come between September 30th and October 7th. The state’s website also offers many fall color tours for those not sure where to start.
Whatever your outdoor fall passion may be, get out and take advantage of the season. It’s short, but it’s awfully sweet.