Tuesday, July 21, 2009


This weekend I was growing weary from my intensive summer classes, so Dannon decided to take me on a last minute road trip on Sunday down to Pescadero - a teeny country town on the coast of California.

We stopped at a little farm with lots of barnyard animals, pottery, and berry fields where we collected some yummy Olallieberries.Then we headed over to the Harley Goat Farm. There were so many goats {and one lonely llama}! We pet baby goats, watched a goat get milked, and sampled a dozen different delicious goat cheeses {mixed with organic herbs from their own garden}!
Then we headed over to the beach for some fun in the . . . well, fog actually. But it was still a blast to play on the beach!
The water was cold, I'm not going to lie. But after we were running around for a while it felt good and refreshing!
We ended our evening with the famous Artichoke Soup at Duarte's Tavern. YUM! It was such a wonderful trip. Exactly what I needed to take a break from studying and the big city!


  1. Love the picture. Wish I was there instead of here in TN. I miss you Kim.

  2. Very informative post. People who are very fond of domestic animals specially goats should definitely visit the famous Harley Farm. You can have the delicious cheese and learn the mthods to make it. The goats graze the verdant pastoral lands especially planted for that purpose. There are lots of attractions to look for in this farm.