Oh man, you guys…So far, 36 is pretty awesome.
The whole time was amazing and it was a great long weekend with the 4th of July falling on a Friday. I spent the 4th with great friends on a river, watching the fireworks. My birthday was spent in Port Townsend enjoying ciders at Finn River, gazing at amazingly bright flowers, and frolicking among tiny fuzzy critters. Finn River Cidery and Wilderbee Farms were by far my favorite spots-we were able to pet sheep and lovely tiny goats. I am pretty sure Nick is now sold on the idea of adding goats to our future farm-we fell in love with the Soay breed-noted as an elfin breed. They were fuzzy, and wooly, and wanted to play with Izzy and I.
I. Was. In. Heaven.
Sunday was spent relaxing at The Hangar Cafe in Georgetown, with a lovely wild blackberry mimosa and that amazing crepe in the last picture. I had the Hangar, which from their site, says it was filled with “Egg, black forest ham, swiss, cheddar, slivered red onion, roma tomatoes, and baby spinach. Topped with our house made poblano basil vinaigrette and crème fraiche.” I am pretty sure it was filled with amazing and love. And it was cheap and filling, to boot.
So that was it-food, drinks, and tiny critters (both my own as well as the furry, four legged variety) and it couldn’t have been any better.
Here’s to a great upcoming year!