Wednesday, September 22, 2010

One Fall Day...

Hello again! I wanted to share some photos I found of a little day trip my husband and I took with my two youngest about a few weeks ago..I'm so excited about Fall! Here is the last part of the trip..tomorrow I will share more..enjoy..
A little lavender shop where I spent 10 dollars on two bundles of lavender..this is the inside of the shop...quaint and homey...

Lotions, oils and pretty much anything you can use with lavender in... lives here..we even taste tested lavender tea..oh! it was soooo yummy....


A little sitting area..it is a beautiful place to rest and relax..



Loving the flowers...




stunning...





The kids under a grape arbor..






I thought these were fake but they were real!




the first fruit stand on the Fruit Loop..




Are you feeling Fall yet?


I love going on this day trip! We try to do it every year..it's a little early... but we were really looking for something we could do with the kids that wouldn't cost alot..


So along with stopping at fruit farms and lavender farms we stopped at this playground and let them play..


This is the last part of our day..a photo of the majestic Molten Falls....an end of a beautiful day with my little family...bet my three oldest wish they would have come!



Thanks for stopping by..more tomorrow as I try to inspire you for Fall! Thanks for stopping by and for all of your sweet comments on my last post about burlap! You sound as excited as I am about Fall!! love ya mean it! Stephanie

4 comments:

Marydon said...

You captured the gardens, the vineyard, the children @ play & the waterfalls so beautifuly ... what peaceful & exquisite pics.
Have a lovely eve ~
TTFN ~ Hugs, Marydon

Connie Lou said...

Thanks again for transporting me to a beautiful place! Your kids are adorable..The waterfall is stunning!

fairfieldhousenj.com said...

Stephanie,

What a wonderful day trip exploring the area! That lavender shop must have smelled divine. Your photographs of the field and the waterfall are magnificent. Thank you for taking us along on your adventure.

Deborah

Polly said...

The lavender field is gorgeous! I bet it smelled divine! love.