It’s Labor Day and that signals the end of the annual fruit stand on Spanaway Loop Road…. well, almost. This year Connell and Shouna Goodman brought in a couple extra truckloads for the end of the season and there just might be a little left over for Tuesday.
If you haven’t gotten your last peaches, apples or tomatoes, you had better scurry over. When it’s gone, the season is over.
From somewhere around mid-June until Labor Day, Fruit on the Loop is a popular place to pick up eastern Washington produce locally. Our state’s number one export are our agricultural products and believe it or not, milk and potatoes are tops. Sorry, Idaho. Down the list are apples, cherries and wine. Washington knows how to grow!
We have covered Fruit on the Loop before. Here’s an older story that tells more.