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Saturday, July 15, 2006
Strawberry Fields Forever
As mentioned in my previous post, Wee Teck & family have joined the gang here.

Moodyone suggested to bring them to a lavendar farm and a strawberry farm, so there we went.

Lavender Farm

Wee Teck's wife, Lai Ling, was pretty handy with the flowers, and helped Moodyone to prune a bunch of lavenders that she was planning to bring home. There was also a unique lavender ice cream and sorbret. Not too bad indeed.

Lavender Farm
The weather was really fine that day, and i think it helped to ease the new relocated family to the area here. It felt almost Singapore-like during that week.

We then moved further up north to a strawberry farm.
Strawberry Fields Forever

You could actually smell the fragrance of fresh strawberries in the air! The kids, and the aduits, all enjoyed the self-picking of the strawberries.

Strawberry Fields Forever
The kids, epsecially, took on a contest to find the biggest of berries haha.

Sharon sneaked a bite of a freshly picked strawberry...
Eating a freshly plucked strawberry

At the end of the day, we got about a total of 12 pounds of strawberries, with the majority for myself and Sharon. Three pails of them... Just take a look at our "bloodied" hands.
Bloodied Hands?

Here's a photo of Moodyone taking a photo of some kind of flowers.. not sure what indeed.
Taking photo of Shau taking photo...

Sharon Shau on the trailer
Signing off on behalf of Sharon.......
posted by Jonathan at 1:21 PM | Permalink |


At 1:46 PM, Blogger Mr. Wang Kai

Hey there, I'm in Seattle too, where can I go to pick Strawberries? :)


At 3:23 PM, Blogger Jonathan


It is in the Skagit County, along I-5 North exit 221 or something.

http://www.skagitsun.com/ might be a good place to start.