The General Store Chronicles -The Williamsburg General Store. We don't stop here all that often but when we do, it is for a very specific reason - to get and eat a "wrapple". Located on busy Rt 9 in Williamsburg, MA, at coordinates 42.391626, -72.729680, this general store is mostly a gift shop but with one major difference. That difference is a counter of baked goods, with one particular bit of tasty goodness - the "Wrapple". The Wrapple is like big slice of apple pie in a wrap of pie crust and cinnamon roll covered with frosting. It's a seasonal thing because if the proprietress can't get the apples she likes from one particular orchard, she won't bake them. Aside from the Wrapple, the store has other roll ups and pastries; however, I can't speak for them. Like the locals, of which I am not, I come for the Wrapple when they're in season. Below is the object of my affection - a Wrapple to be consumed on site. There's two more in the pannier. One is for later and the third to take home for Lynne. As is custom with folks who visit these old stores, the favored place to consume said Wrapple is on the porch in good weather. The weather was very good this day - low 70s. Unfortunately, autumn color will bring out the leaf peepers who'll mob this place. So, if you want a Wrapple, come before the leaves turn so as to miss the tour buses, gawking cagers and noisy pirates on Rt. 9. I have no idea of the history of this store. I just go there for a Wrapple or three.