Southern Indiana Living

SEP-OCT 2018

Southern Indiana Living magazine is the exclusive publication of the region, offering readers a wide range of coverage on the people, places and events that make our area unlike any other. In SIL readers will find beautiful photography, encouraging s

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Pictured: (this page, from top, clockwise) Harley, a cancer survivor,, poses with his many ribbons and awards; Gunner poses with his ribbons and awards earned over his decade long career. Erin training both of her dogs. Sept/Oct 2018 • 23 cause even the little one could pick them," Jenni Olson said. "You could spend a whole day here. It was worth the drive." Huber's has U-Pick opportunities throughout the year — strawberries, blue- berries, raspberries, blackberries, peach- es, apples, seedless grapes, pumpkins, Christmas trees and veggies. For apple-picking alone, which runs through the middle of August to the mid- dle of September, there are 15 varieties of apples to pick from. Huber's uses some to make their own apple cider. They also pick some themselves, which they sell at the Farmer's Market. "September 15 through Halloween is our busiest," Huber said. "We call it our festival season." U-Pick opens at 9 a.m. and the last ride is a half hour before close, but Huber always suggests calling beforehand. Huber said his favorite fruit is an apple, specifically a Golden Delicious or Stayman Winesap. His kids, however, love picking blackberries and blueberries. They also visit the pumpkin patch each year to pick out a pumpkin and take home to paint. "It's great — the littlest will pick a fresh peach and then she's just covered in peach juice," Huber said. "We're creating memories as a family." (left hand page, from top) Erin Stumler with her boxer Harley; Erin training her dogs on a practice agility course. - Jennie Olson

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