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Rain or Shine: Scenes from Harvest Fest

Heavy rainfall did not deter the hearty from the search for autumnal pleasures last weekend in the upper Hood River Valley. The annual Fruit and Craft Fair at Hood River Fairgrounds drew those in search of local fruit and Gorge-made crafts.

Photo by Kirby Neumann-Rea
Heavy rainfall did not deter the hearty from the search for autumnal pleasures last weekend in the upper Hood River Valley. The annual Fruit and Craft Fair at Hood River Fairgrounds drew those in search of local fruit and Gorge-made crafts.

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Josh Wesner, far left, shows his latest treasure, a red ring, and a photo of another piece of jewelry that reminded him of one of his favorite movies, “Beauty and the Beast.”

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Odell Garden Club members Alta Bryan, left, Gayla Harnar and Pam Crider show off seasonal head gear in the Horticulture Building.

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Anne Lerch of Hood River Winery pours a sample for Alicia Ortiz, a 2011 HRVHS grad visiting from Portland.

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At Draper Girls’ in Mt. Hood, Beth Flem pours fresh cherry cider. The Highway 35 farmstand is in its first season selling cider made on site from fruit grown in their orchard.

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Tom Slagle pours coffee as Parkdale Grange hosts its annual Harvest chuck wagon dinner Saturday and Sunday. More than 100 diners came on Saturday, topping off dinner with slices of homemade pie.



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