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With more than 50 orchards spread across the hills near Placerville and Camino, and apple-aficionado traffic slowing Carson Road to a crawl, it helps to prioritize your apple-picking adventures. October is peak season for both apples and gridlock.

Most of the Apple Hill Growers Association farms are open from Labor Day weekend until Thanksgiving, some are open into December, and a handful are open year-round. There are tractor hayrides, trout pond fishing, wine tasting and more.

You’ll find Arkansas Black, Braeburn, Fuji, Winesap and Rome apples here, as well as pies, turnovers and apple dumplings. We mention the made-to-order part because once the line forms around the perimeter of the barn, forget it.

Bring a picnic or buy lunch in the deli to enjoy on the rolling lawns. On an October afternoon, that line moves at glacial speed.

"This boy was intolerant to alcohol, he wasn't a heavy drinker," Kelley said."And that's like 3 times the the level of the legal limit." Karolczyk had been drinking during a Friday night party at his off-campus aprartment at 116 Smoke Rise Lane in Central and it is unknown how many students were involved, Pickens County Assistant Sheriff Tim Morgan said."There's been a lot of block parties there," Morgan said.On Friday at 7 a.m., Linda will talk about her book at the New Authors’ Breakfast. Mystery, Mayhem and Suspense North Highlands-Antelope Library, 4235 Antelope Road, Antelope, CA Linda will be joining a panel of several authors from the Sacramento chapter of Sisters in Crime to discuss their passion—writing mysteries!And on Saturday, she will discuss and sign her book at an Author Focus event at 10 a.m.

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