Sauvie Island Lavender Farm // July 2016 (1st Trip)

We visited Sauvie Island Lavender Farm when my mom was visiting us in Portland in July. I was expecting a huge farm with rolling hills, but it’s less than 2 acres, which was just the right size. It wasn’t very crowded either, which was nice. There are a couple picnic tables with umbrellas and a huge shade tree. You get some nice views of surrounding farms behind the lavender farm. Brady enjoyed discovering the various fairy houses around the field/property.  Each bunch (as much as we could fit in a giant twisty tie) was about $6 and a couple was just enough to dry at home, and use for some recipes. I made some lavender milk tea and lavender ice cream (yum!). Rara even took some back home to Texas with her.  I would love to return again during peak season when the sun is setting for optimal portrait lighting. This was midday, but still beautiful.  Stay tuned for our second visit with another side of family was visiting :).

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