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Despite the hardships of the COVID-19 pandemic and two devastating frosts this spring, the owners of Apple Works in Trafalagar are optimistic about the future of the longtime agritourism destination in Johnson County. Owner Sarah Brown and her husband say the fall season is still busy as ever.Photo by: Lauren Casey/WRTV Photo
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Despite the hardships of the COVID-19 pandemic and two devastating frosts this spring, the owners of Apple Works in Trafalagar are optimistic about the future of the longtime agritourism destination in Johnson County. Owner Sarah Brown and her husband say the fall season is still busy as ever.Photo by: Lauren Casey/WRTV Photo
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Despite the hardships of the COVID-19 pandemic and two devastating frosts this spring, the owners of Apple Works in Trafalagar are optimistic about the future of the longtime agritourism destination in Johnson County. Owner Sarah Brown and her husband say the fall season is still busy as ever.Photo by: Lauren Casey/WRTV Photo
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Despite the hardships of the COVID-19 pandemic and two devastating frosts this spring, the owners of Apple Works in Trafalagar are optimistic about the future of the longtime agritourism destination in Johnson County. Owner Sarah Brown and her husband say the fall season is still busy as ever.Photo by: Lauren Casey/WRTV Photo
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Despite the hardships of the COVID-19 pandemic and two devastating frosts this spring, the owners of Apple Works in Trafalagar are optimistic about the future of the longtime agritourism destination in Johnson County. Owner Sarah Brown and her husband say the fall season is still busy as ever.Photo by: Lauren Casey/WRTV Photo
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Despite the hardships of the COVID-19 pandemic and two devastating frosts this spring, the owners of Apple Works in Trafalagar are optimistic about the future of the longtime agritourism destination in Johnson County. Owner Sarah Brown and her husband say the fall season is still busy as ever.Photo by: Lauren Casey/WRTV Photo
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Despite the hardships of the COVID-19 pandemic and two devastating frosts this spring, the owners of Apple Works in Trafalagar are optimistic about the future of the longtime agritourism destination in Johnson County. Owner Sarah Brown and her husband say the fall season is still busy as ever.Photo by: Lauren Casey/WRTV Photo
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Despite the hardships of the COVID-19 pandemic and two devastating frosts this spring, the owners of Apple Works in Trafalagar are optimistic about the future of the longtime agritourism destination in Johnson County. Owner Sarah Brown and her husband say the fall season is still busy as ever.Photo by: Lauren Casey/WRTV Photo
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Despite the hardships of the COVID-19 pandemic and two devastating frosts this spring, the owners of Apple Works in Trafalagar are optimistic about the future of the longtime agritourism destination in Johnson County. Owner Sarah Brown and her husband say the fall season is still busy as ever.Photo by: Lauren Casey/WRTV Photo
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Despite the hardships of the COVID-19 pandemic and two devastating frosts this spring, the owners of Apple Works in Trafalagar are optimistic about the future of the longtime agritourism destination in Johnson County. Owner Sarah Brown and her husband say the fall season is still busy as ever.Photo by: Lauren Casey/WRTV Photo
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Despite the hardships of the COVID-19 pandemic and two devastating frosts this spring, the owners of Apple Works in Trafalagar are optimistic about the future of the longtime agritourism destination in Johnson County. Owner Sarah Brown and her husband say the fall season is still busy as ever.Photo by: Lauren Casey/WRTV Photo
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Despite the hardships of the COVID-19 pandemic and two devastating frosts this spring, the owners of Apple Works in Trafalagar are optimistic about the future of the longtime agritourism destination in Johnson County. Owner Sarah Brown and her husband say the fall season is still busy as ever.Photo by: Lauren Casey/WRTV Photo
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Despite the hardships of the COVID-19 pandemic and two devastating frosts this spring, the owners of Apple Works in Trafalagar are optimistic about the future of the longtime agritourism destination in Johnson County. Owner Sarah Brown and her husband say the fall season is still busy as ever.Photo by: Lauren Casey/WRTV Photo
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Despite the hardships of the COVID-19 pandemic and two devastating frosts this spring, the owners of Apple Works in Trafalagar are optimistic about the future of the longtime agritourism destination in Johnson County. Owner Sarah Brown and her husband say the fall season is still busy as ever.Photo by: Lauren Casey/WRTV Photo
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Despite the hardships of the COVID-19 pandemic and two devastating frosts this spring, the owners of Apple Works in Trafalagar are optimistic about the future of the longtime agritourism destination in Johnson County. Owner Sarah Brown and her husband say the fall season is still busy as ever.Photo by: Lauren Casey/WRTV Photo
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Despite the hardships of the COVID-19 pandemic and two devastating frosts this spring, the owners of Apple Works in Trafalagar are optimistic about the future of the longtime agritourism destination in Johnson County. Owner Sarah Brown and her husband say the fall season is still busy as ever.Photo by: Lauren Casey/WRTV Photo
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Despite the hardships of the COVID-19 pandemic and two devastating frosts this spring, the owners of Apple Works in Trafalagar are optimistic about the future of the longtime agritourism destination in Johnson County. Owner Sarah Brown and her husband say the fall season is still busy as ever.Photo by: Lauren Casey/WRTV Photo
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Despite the hardships of the COVID-19 pandemic and two devastating frosts this spring, the owners of Apple Works in Trafalagar are optimistic about the future of the longtime agritourism destination in Johnson County. Owner Sarah Brown and her husband say the fall season is still busy as ever.Photo by: Lauren Casey/WRTV Photo
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Despite the hardships of the COVID-19 pandemic and two devastating frosts this spring, the owners of Apple Works in Trafalagar are optimistic about the future of the longtime agritourism destination in Johnson County. Owner Sarah Brown and her husband say the fall season is still busy as ever.Photo by: Lauren Casey/WRTV Photo
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Despite the hardships of the COVID-19 pandemic and two devastating frosts this spring, the owners of Apple Works in Trafalagar are optimistic about the future of the longtime agritourism destination in Johnson County. Owner Sarah Brown and her husband say the fall season is still busy as ever.Photo by: Lauren Casey/WRTV Photo
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Despite the hardships of the COVID-19 pandemic and two devastating frosts this spring, the owners of Apple Works in Trafalagar are optimistic about the future of the longtime agritourism destination in Johnson County. Owner Sarah Brown and her husband say the fall season is still busy as ever.Photo by: Lauren Casey/WRTV Photo
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Despite the hardships of the COVID-19 pandemic and two devastating frosts this spring, the owners of Apple Works in Trafalagar are optimistic about the future of the longtime agritourism destination in Johnson County. Owner Sarah Brown and her husband say the fall season is still busy as ever.Photo by: Lauren Casey/WRTV Photo
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Despite the hardships of the COVID-19 pandemic and two devastating frosts this spring, the owners of Apple Works in Trafalagar are optimistic about the future of the longtime agritourism destination in Johnson County. Owner Sarah Brown and her husband say the fall season is still busy as ever.Photo by: Lauren Casey/WRTV Photo
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Despite the hardships of the COVID-19 pandemic and two devastating frosts this spring, the owners of Apple Works in Trafalagar are optimistic about the future of the longtime agritourism destination in Johnson County. Owner Sarah Brown and her husband say the fall season is still busy as ever.Photo by: Lauren Casey/WRTV Photo
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Despite the hardships of the COVID-19 pandemic and two devastating frosts this spring, the owners of Apple Works in Trafalagar are optimistic about the future of the longtime agritourism destination in Johnson County. Owner Sarah Brown and her husband say the fall season is still busy as ever.Photo by: Lauren Casey/WRTV Photo
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Despite the hardships of the COVID-19 pandemic and two devastating frosts this spring, the owners of Apple Works in Trafalagar are optimistic about the future of the longtime agritourism destination in Johnson County. Owner Sarah Brown and her husband say the fall season is still busy as ever.Photo by: Lauren Casey/WRTV Photo
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Despite the hardships of the COVID-19 pandemic and two devastating frosts this spring, the owners of Apple Works in Trafalagar are optimistic about the future of the longtime agritourism destination in Johnson County. Owner Sarah Brown and her husband say the fall season is still busy as ever.Photo by: Lauren Casey/WRTV Photo
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Despite the hardships of the COVID-19 pandemic and two devastating frosts this spring, the owners of Apple Works in Trafalagar are optimistic about the future of the longtime agritourism destination in Johnson County. Owner Sarah Brown and her husband say the fall season is still busy as ever.Photo by: Lauren Casey/WRTV Photo
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Despite the hardships of the COVID-19 pandemic and two devastating frosts this spring, the owners of Apple Works in Trafalagar are optimistic about the future of the longtime agritourism destination in Johnson County. Owner Sarah Brown and her husband say the fall season is still busy as ever.Photo by: Lauren Casey/WRTV Photo
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Despite the hardships of the COVID-19 pandemic and two devastating frosts this spring, the owners of Apple Works in Trafalagar are optimistic about the future of the longtime agritourism destination in Johnson County. Owner Sarah Brown and her husband say the fall season is still busy as ever.Photo by: Lauren Casey/WRTV Photo
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Despite the hardships of the COVID-19 pandemic and two devastating frosts this spring, the owners of Apple Works in Trafalagar are optimistic about the future of the longtime agritourism destination in Johnson County. Owner Sarah Brown and her husband say the fall season is still busy as ever.Photo by: Lauren Casey/WRTV Photo
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Despite the hardships of the COVID-19 pandemic and two devastating frosts this spring, the owners of Apple Works in Trafalagar are optimistic about the future of the longtime agritourism destination in Johnson County. Owner Sarah Brown and her husband say the fall season is still busy as ever.Photo by: Lauren Casey/WRTV Photo
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Despite the hardships of the COVID-19 pandemic and two devastating frosts this spring, the owners of Apple Works in Trafalagar are optimistic about the future of the longtime agritourism destination in Johnson County. Owner Sarah Brown and her husband say the fall season is still busy as ever.Photo by: Lauren Casey/WRTV Photo
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Despite the hardships of the COVID-19 pandemic and two devastating frosts this spring, the owners of Apple Works in Trafalagar are optimistic about the future of the longtime agritourism destination in Johnson County. Owner Sarah Brown and her husband say the fall season is still busy as ever.Photo by: Lauren Casey/WRTV Photo
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Despite the hardships of the COVID-19 pandemic and two devastating frosts this spring, the owners of Apple Works in Trafalagar are optimistic about the future of the longtime agritourism destination in Johnson County. Owner Sarah Brown and her husband say the fall season is still busy as ever.Photo by: Lauren Casey/WRTV Photo
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Despite the hardships of the COVID-19 pandemic and two devastating frosts this spring, the owners of Apple Works in Trafalagar are optimistic about the future of the longtime agritourism destination in Johnson County. Owner Sarah Brown and her husband say the fall season is still busy as ever.Photo by: Lauren Casey/WRTV Photo
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Despite the hardships of the COVID-19 pandemic and two devastating frosts this spring, the owners of Apple Works in Trafalagar are optimistic about the future of the longtime agritourism destination in Johnson County. Owner Sarah Brown and her husband say the fall season is still busy as ever.Photo by: Lauren Casey/WRTV Photo
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Despite the hardships of the COVID-19 pandemic and two devastating frosts this spring, the owners of Apple Works in Trafalagar are optimistic about the future of the longtime agritourism destination in Johnson County. Owner Sarah Brown and her husband say the fall season is still busy as ever.Photo by: Lauren Casey/WRTV Photo
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Despite the hardships of the COVID-19 pandemic and two devastating frosts this spring, the owners of Apple Works in Trafalagar are optimistic about the future of the longtime agritourism destination in Johnson County. Owner Sarah Brown and her husband say the fall season is still busy as ever.Photo by: Lauren Casey/WRTV Photo
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Despite the hardships of the COVID-19 pandemic and two devastating frosts this spring, the owners of Apple Works in Trafalagar are optimistic about the future of the longtime agritourism destination in Johnson County. Owner Sarah Brown and her husband say the fall season is still busy as ever.Photo by: Lauren Casey/WRTV Photo
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Despite the hardships of the COVID-19 pandemic and two devastating frosts this spring, the owners of Apple Works in Trafalagar are optimistic about the future of the longtime agritourism destination in Johnson County. Owner Sarah Brown and her husband say the fall season is still busy as ever.Photo by: Lauren Casey/WRTV Photo
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Despite the hardships of the COVID-19 pandemic and two devastating frosts this spring, the owners of Apple Works in Trafalagar are optimistic about the future of the longtime agritourism destination in Johnson County. Owner Sarah Brown and her husband say the fall season is still busy as ever.Photo by: Lauren Casey/WRTV Photo
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Despite the hardships of the COVID-19 pandemic and two devastating frosts this spring, the owners of Apple Works in Trafalagar are optimistic about the future of the longtime agritourism destination in Johnson County. Owner Sarah Brown and her husband say the fall season is still busy as ever.Photo by: Lauren Casey/WRTV Photo
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Despite the hardships of the COVID-19 pandemic and two devastating frosts this spring, the owners of Apple Works in Trafalagar are optimistic about the future of the longtime agritourism destination in Johnson County. Owner Sarah Brown and her husband say the fall season is still busy as ever.Photo by: Lauren Casey/WRTV Photo
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Despite the hardships of the COVID-19 pandemic and two devastating frosts this spring, the owners of Apple Works in Trafalagar are optimistic about the future of the longtime agritourism destination in Johnson County. Owner Sarah Brown and her husband say the fall season is still busy as ever.Photo by: Lauren Casey/WRTV Photo
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Despite the hardships of the COVID-19 pandemic and two devastating frosts this spring, the owners of Apple Works in Trafalagar are optimistic about the future of the longtime agritourism destination in Johnson County. Owner Sarah Brown and her husband say the fall season is still busy as ever.Photo by: Lauren Casey/WRTV Photo
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Despite the hardships of the COVID-19 pandemic and two devastating frosts this spring, the owners of Apple Works in Trafalagar are optimistic about the future of the longtime agritourism destination in Johnson County. Owner Sarah Brown and her husband say the fall season is still busy as ever.Photo by: Lauren Casey/WRTV Photo
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Despite the hardships of the COVID-19 pandemic and two devastating frosts this spring, the owners of Apple Works in Trafalagar are optimistic about the future of the longtime agritourism destination in Johnson County. Owner Sarah Brown and her husband say the fall season is still busy as ever.Photo by: Lauren Casey/WRTV Photo
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Despite the hardships of the COVID-19 pandemic and two devastating frosts this spring, the owners of Apple Works in Trafalagar are optimistic about the future of the longtime agritourism destination in Johnson County. Owner Sarah Brown and her husband say the fall season is still busy as ever.Photo by: Lauren Casey/WRTV Photo
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Despite the hardships of the COVID-19 pandemic and two devastating frosts this spring, the owners of Apple Works in Trafalagar are optimistic about the future of the longtime agritourism destination in Johnson County. Owner Sarah Brown and her husband say the fall season is still busy as ever.Photo by: Lauren Casey/WRTV Photo
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Despite the hardships of the COVID-19 pandemic and two devastating frosts this spring, the owners of Apple Works in Trafalagar are optimistic about the future of the longtime agritourism destination in Johnson County. Owner Sarah Brown and her husband say the fall season is still busy as ever.Photo by: Lauren Casey/WRTV Photo
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Despite the hardships of the COVID-19 pandemic and two devastating frosts this spring, the owners of Apple Works in Trafalagar are optimistic about the future of the longtime agritourism destination in Johnson County. Owner Sarah Brown and her husband say the fall season is still busy as ever.Photo by: Lauren Casey/WRTV Photo
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Despite the hardships of the COVID-19 pandemic and two devastating frosts this spring, the owners of Apple Works in Trafalagar are optimistic about the future of the longtime agritourism destination in Johnson County. Owner Sarah Brown and her husband say the fall season is still busy as ever.Photo by: Lauren Casey/WRTV Photo
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Despite the hardships of the COVID-19 pandemic and two devastating frosts this spring, the owners of Apple Works in Trafalagar are optimistic about the future of the longtime agritourism destination in Johnson County. Owner Sarah Brown and her husband say the fall season is still busy as ever.Photo by: Lauren Casey/WRTV Photo
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Despite the hardships of the COVID-19 pandemic and two devastating frosts this spring, the owners of Apple Works in Trafalagar are optimistic about the future of the longtime agritourism destination in Johnson County. Owner Sarah Brown and her husband say the fall season is still busy as ever.Photo by: Lauren Casey/WRTV Photo
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Despite the hardships of the COVID-19 pandemic and two devastating frosts this spring, the owners of Apple Works in Trafalagar are optimistic about the future of the longtime agritourism destination in Johnson County. Owner Sarah Brown and her husband say the fall season is still busy as ever.Photo by: Lauren Casey/WRTV Photo
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Despite the hardships of the COVID-19 pandemic and two devastating frosts this spring, the owners of Apple Works in Trafalagar are optimistic about the future of the longtime agritourism destination in Johnson County. Owner Sarah Brown and her husband say the fall season is still busy as ever.Photo by: Lauren Casey/WRTV Photo
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Despite the hardships of the COVID-19 pandemic and two devastating frosts this spring, the owners of Apple Works in Trafalagar are optimistic about the future of the longtime agritourism destination in Johnson County. Owner Sarah Brown and her husband say the fall season is still busy as ever.Photo by: Lauren Casey/WRTV Photo
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Despite the hardships of the COVID-19 pandemic and two devastating frosts this spring, the owners of Apple Works in Trafalagar are optimistic about the future of the longtime agritourism destination in Johnson County. Owner Sarah Brown and her husband say the fall season is still busy as ever.Photo by: Lauren Casey/WRTV Photo
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Despite the hardships of the COVID-19 pandemic and two devastating frosts this spring, the owners of Apple Works in Trafalagar are optimistic about the future of the longtime agritourism destination in Johnson County. Owner Sarah Brown and her husband say the fall season is still busy as ever.Photo by: Lauren Casey/WRTV Photo
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Despite the hardships of the COVID-19 pandemic and two devastating frosts this spring, the owners of Apple Works in Trafalagar are optimistic about the future of the longtime agritourism destination in Johnson County. Owner Sarah Brown and her husband say the fall season is still busy as ever.Photo by: Lauren Casey/WRTV Photo