This is the last of our Mexico pictures. My parents are still down there, and I wish we were too. What a wonderful break it was, in the midst of complete chaos. Thanks to everyone who sent good vibes our way and PLEASE keep them coming.
More pics here, here, and here.
So sad our vacation is over…
Back to work we go. It has been a bit chilly in Santa Barbara these last few days home. Brrrr!
We had such a great time with the folks. We could not ask for better parents, on both sides. We laid out, read books, and ate some amazing meals. Now, back to reality.
On a side note…please keep the mister and I in your prayers, as we are about to endeavor on a few new challenges. We know God will have our backs, but a little extra prayer never hurts.
Yesterday the husband and I decided to
go on a little adventure. A friend of ours (thank you, Linda), had told us
about an organic farm, where you go and pick your own fruits and vegetables, and
just leave your money in the slot. They work on an honor system. So we set
We pulled in after driving up the 101 North for about 35 minutes and
it was amazing. A huge barn with a classic peace sign was there to great us.
After taking a walk through, just to see what this place was about, we started
our pickin. We left with so many bags and only spent $20. And yes we were
honest. I posted some pictures and got a bit carried away because I was having
such a great time. I felt like I was back in Nebraska. (Sometimes I really do
miss you, Nebraska).
Directions from Santa
Take the 101 North, to the “Nojoqui Park” sign, take that
turn off, which is Old Coast Hwy. (40 miles from SB)
2330 Old Coast
Gaviota, CA 93117
Owner is Helmut Klauer
If you keep driving on that road you will see a trail. You can get out, hike
the trail and will end up a beautiful waterfall (Nojoqui waterfall), which is a