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Transitions by Bennett Molinari and Richard Molinari Rows of Locally Grown, Crisp Apples ................... Line the Stands at Boston Public : Market's Seasonal Farmers Markets ..... : ...... Native Heirloom Roxbury Russet Now Arriving at the Markets There is no better indica- tion that fall has arrived j than seeing infinite rows . (Photo by Molinar) middle aged women, who ve hadn't noticed earlier, racel into the chilly water yelping and screaming then finally took the plunge and began swimming, the sea seemed to rejuvenate them. Seagulls were everywhere, embold- ened by the departure of bather's, it was fun to see them "carry on" comically running in and out of the water on match-stick legs that hardly seemed capable of supporting them. We decided to go for a swim but were quickly distracted by the photo oppor- tunities that were every- where, the colors of seaweed and pebbles seemed more intense under the late sum- mer sun. The tide pools that remained from the receding sea were of par- ticular fascination. A her- mit crab caught our interest as it wandered the pool try- ing in vain to escape our attention. Minnows darted about taking little notice that there world was no larger than the pool that bound them. Rather than take a swim, we spent the next hour searching the many tide pools for other denizens of the sea tempo- rarily stranded on the beach awaiting the next tide to release them; Steinbeck was right, these are fasci- nating worlds of temporary existence. CROSSWORD (Continued on Page 15) We have written in this column before of the quick dashes we often make up to Rockport to spend an hour or two in one of our favorite getaways. This past Tuesday we wanted to get a look at the town and possibly take one last dip in the ocean be- fore the chill of autumn and cold of winter set in. It seems there is always something new to relate each time we return, something unex- pected or forgotten that becomes evident as a result of playing "hooky," to use a term from our youth, aban- doning work and the press- ing cares of the day, for sev- eral carefree hours, and so we write again of our latest insights. We arrived late in the day to find a town in the early stages of transition, unlike several weeks earlier, there was no need of driving round and round looking for a parking place, there were many to choose from along the picturesque streets no longer flowing with traffic. We made the short walk to Front Beach which was nearly deserted, a complete transformation from just three weeks ago when we struggled to find a patch of open sand to spread our blanket among the bathers. An old couple, were on the beach walking along the shore line with their dog beside them, mimicking their pace. Suddenly, two of local apples available at the Boston Public Market. The Dewey Square and City Hall Plaza markets are fea- turing locally grown, crisp apples of nearly every kind --Macintosh, Macoun, Gala, Cortland, Honeycrisps, Spar- tan, Spencer, and more. With different varieties of apples hitting the stands of the market each week as the harvest progresses, you will be sure to find assort- ments of apples that you never knew existed. This season, Kimball Fruit Farm Stand, a vendor at the Dewey A colorful display of apples available at the Dewey Square Square Market, will offer a Market draws in crowds by the dozens. wide array of apples includ- ing Northern Spy, Lodi, favorite is the Roxbury Rus- skinned apple with rust on Jonagold, King Luscious, and set, an old heirloom variety the outside skin that helps the Roxbury Russet. that originates in Roxbury, protect from insects and eli- "There is something about Massachusetts." mate. It's a sweet, medium- apple season that brings a The Roxbury Russet is one sized apple. But my favorite smile to everyone's face," of the most popular apples is the Spencer, which also said Megan Gibbons, market in the Boston area because should be coming out this manager at the Boston Pub- it is a native of Roxbury, week. It is a perfect blend of lic Market. "We have a wide Massachusetts. flavor, texture and color." variety of apples available at "We should be able to During the fall season, the markets, each with its start picking the Roxbury apples are a staple item to own unique taste. My best Russets this week," said keep in stock at home. Now recommendation is to try Dan Wadleigh, market man- is the perfect time to head one of each to see which one ager and grower at Kimball you like best. My personal Fruit Farm. "It is a light (Continued on Page 15) ACROSS 1. Promo piece CROSSWORD PUZZLE Prime Time TV 6. *Ruler of prime time 9. Voyeur's glance 13. Film director Sergio __ 14. Black gold 15. It's tops at a beauty pageant 16. 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