Summer Time Treats in Salem Oregon

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Real Estate Broker with Turner, Aumsville, Stayton, Dallas, Silverton, Sheridan

Summer Time Treats in Salem Oregon

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I was out with a buyer last weekend and she told me about a great treasure we have right here in the rural area of Salem Oregon, Willamette Valley Fruit Co!  The store is located in the Howell Prairie area and surrounded by various crop fields.

In addition to espresso, you can grab muffins or even a sausage dog and enjoy your lunch on the picnic tables outside.  There is playground equipment for the kids to burn off a little summer time energy too.

But the best part of picture of playgroundmy discovery was the homemade fruit pies!  All natural ingredients, they are frozen-unbaked so you can get that fresh baked pie in your kitchen, and perhaps the credit too!  I picked up Marion Berry Crunch and French Apple for a July 4th BBQ, man were they good!  Check out this Salem Oregon sweet spot on line at WVFCO.com.

If you do not currently live around Salem Oregon and would like to explore various homes for sale with acreage HomesWithHorseSense.com is a great website to assist you.

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Rainer
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John Howard
GRI, Mountain Home, Arkansas 870-404-3614
Century 21 LeMac Realty

Catherine,  A great local post!  Have a Great Weekend!

July 16, 2010 11:29 AM
Rainmaker
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Mary Douglas
REALTOR, Red Feather Lakes, Colorado
United Country Ponderosa Realty

Catherine, I feel fortunate that I do no live near the pie shop- OH MY!  I would be their best customer no doubt and weigh 300 pounds by next year!  :>) Willamette Valley Fruit Co. sounds like a great place.

July 22, 2010 06:06 PM
Rainmaker
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Lottie Kendall
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Hi Catherine -- this is a great Localism post. If I were in your neck of the woods, I'd definitely stop by the Williamette Valley Fruit Company.

Congratulations on attending Rain Camp so early in your time here on Active Rain--it's a great experience, isn't it?

July 26, 2010 10:53 AM
Rainmaker
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Catherine Ulrey
Equestrian and Acreage Property Specialist
Turner, Aumsville, Stayton, Dallas, Silverton, Sheridan

John - Thank you!

Mary - Luckily it is about 25 minutes from my house, or I would be there at least once a week!  They really are made with natural ingredients, including wheat flour, so I don't think they are quite as bad for you, at least that is what I tell myself!

Lottie - Yes, I loved being able to attend Rain Camp so early in my AR adventure.  I also have taken the free online training with AR and got a lot out of that too.  Now, if I could just find more time to actually write the blogs.....

July 26, 2010 11:21 AM
Rainmaker
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Catherine Ulrey

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