As we wait for the snow to fly in Whistler, I’m enjoying autumn’s culinary delights. There’s nothing to make you more thankful than heading out to a real live farm and gaining a better appreciation for where your food comes from.
I’ll admit, while I live in the mountains now, I did grow up in the city so when we headed to Pemberton’s North Arm Farm last weekend, I was blown away.
This farm, set in the lush valley with amazing views of Mount Currie, provides fresh produce to many of Whistler’s restaurants. We took advantage of the “U-Pick” and spent some time roaming through rows of crops and captured their transition from summer to fall. One bucket of raspberries and two photos of giant pumpkins later, we emerged from the farm. And now, what to do with all those berries?
[Ed.] Amber, your photos are absolutely stunning!