Worth the trouble

An homage to a favorite book.

In the fall, when apples are at their peak, we go through a lot of apples. We enjoy trying all the different varieties available locally. My preference is for very tart, crisp apples, and I’m especially fond of russet apples, but any good fresh apple is worth a great deal of trouble to acquire and eat, and so I have always loved this line, one of the closing lines of the book Good Omens, by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett.

Printed in the letterpress studio at the Penland School of Crafts near Spruce Pine, NC.

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