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October 8, 2019 / Michael King / King5 Evening

The apple capital of the world just may be Lynden

"Apple Al" fires up the Apple Bin Express as about thirty toddlers get to feel what it's like to be an apple in an actual bin.

The seven-car "train" of apple bins takes the kids to where the food comes from at Bellewood Acres in Lynden.

"A lotta kids probably couldn't tell you where things grow or how they grow. It's a huge reason why we love to do the tours," says tour guide Janelle Abel.

The Abel family runs the 62 acre farm, the largest apple orchard in Western Washington. They have 20 varieties.

Bellewood Farms

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