Friday, July 13, 2012

Greenbank Farm, WA

Whidbey Island, one of the longest islands in North America, is a popular destination for visitors in the Pacific Northwest. The only problem is its length: it takes a while to drive from one end to the other and there's so much to see in between! I love exploring this slender island and try to make at least one visit to it every time I'm up here. On my recent outing, I made a point of stopping off at Greenbank Farm, a major historical landmark on the narrowest point of the island. Unfortunately, I got such a late start that by the time I got there, it was closed! Oh well, the lighting was lovely so I took a few shots of the buildings and surrounding area.

And if you stop off there when it's open, you can try a variety of cheeses, breads, pies, berries, and wines. Yum yum.

1 comment:

Minnie said...

Looks like great place, never been to this Island yet but I think this time (summer ) is open for the winery, don't you think so?