Day 3: I could buy that!

this is a back post of my time down south driving a bus load of 20 American girls.

The day started off with an early morning visit to the Lavender Farm. I have been there before and have heard nothing but amazing reviews of their scones. I haven’t ever had one, but honestly they say that there amazing. Exhibit A

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Then I’ve also heard that their pancakes w/ fresh and warm berry sauce topped with the most creamy ice cream I’ve ever seen is equally or if not better than the scones. Exhibit B

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Then I found out that the Lavender Farm and all it’s baking, goods, products, amazing location is FOR SALE. I could live in this awesome place.

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All I need is 2 million dollars.

We then headed out for about a 1 1/2 hour drive to the Valley Of The Giants. If you ever get to WA, you need to go here. It’s amazing. You get to climb on a suspended metal walk-way about 180 feet above the ground. It’s like you’re walking through the tree tops..hence it’s name of the ‘Tree Top Walk’.

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We then travelled to the ‘Ugg’ boot factory. Actually it’s called Jassi Leather and Uggs. However, since it didn’t say ‘ugg’ on the back girls didn’t want them. Whatever. I got to sit on this huge chair, I felt small.

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Drove back home. Went on a fabulous walk behind the house before dinner. There’s just something loverly about walking around and being stared about by cows.

Then the best part of the night, which I shouldn’t have indulged in, S’Mores by campfire.

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I was exhausted. I think I went to sleep at 9:30pm.

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