Little Things Thursday (Serenbe Part 2)

Earlier this week I shared part of our family day outing at Serenbe. I had so many photographs to share that I decided do two posts.

Continuing on… After lunch at The Blue Daisy, we hit the trails and found a tree house in the woods. The boys went for a climb and so did I.

Serenbe

Serenbe

We explored a bit more and attempted to find a geocache in the area that my husband found on his geocaching app thingy. We didn’t find it. We think it was swept away in recent flooding since the clue would have had it by the edge of a stream.

Thwarted, we decided to walk back to the farm area and making pit stops along the way.

Serenbe

We found someone’s art project. 

Serenbe

Serenbe

Serenbe

All this one cared about was this sweet little goat called Izzy, so we had to make one more visit on our way out. Izzy was really friendly and loveable… and tried to eat my camera bag.

Serenbe

Serenbe

I grabbed one last image on the way out, mottled light and all. It was a family Saturday well spent. I highly recommend a visit if you are ever in the area. Spring and summer afford a lovely little CSA and farmer’s market with fruits and veg grown on location. Check out the details.

How was your week?


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Berry Picking

We kept on walking down these aisles to get our annual strawberry pick day started.  There was lots of sun on our shoulders, faces, and well, all of us!

berry patch
berry patch

But we got our berries!
berry patch
berry patch
Raspberries, too!
berry patch
berry patch
berry patch
berry patch
The bounty afforded berry smoothies for lunch and strawberry shortcake for dessert. It was a berry berry good day.

Linking with Songography and Good.Random.Fun

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Links to Love

The weekend is here! I’m going to leave you a lil bit of fun stuff that I have found this week.

But first, a little image from our berry picking excursion.

 

These Photorito lens wraps are adorable! What a fun way to protect your glass!

This article on the Mommy Wars is spot on!

My kids would love these lunchboxes.

Chicken salad roll-ups…yes, please!

The perfect “laptop” for little ones.

 

Finally, a shout-out to Tina, the adorable Swede.  I received a postcard from her this week!

 

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