Yes, fall in SE Michigan screams cider mill. Sort the apples.
A working museum. Some articles are display, others are waiting for the cider to be made.
A pretty fall display:
Pressing the cider (hydraulics do the work). Notes I took: 120 or so gallons of cider. Starts with 6000 apples. Give or take. 20 minutes or so to load the presses. They use at least 3 different types of apples.
Filling the cider jugs for customers:
We found a lovely place to have our cider and donuts:
Someone else was having a autumn snack:
And, along the waterway, which had a few bridges, we find a troll to tip his hat at us.
Ahhh, the cider mill.