The craft stalls are set up on the property outside. There was everything on sale. We enjoyed browsing through the stall for a couple of hours, oohing and aahing over the hand made jewellery, photographs, paintings, home made soap, sculptures and a lot more beautifully made items. Of couse we did not buy anything that was not edible, being that we do not have place for anything more!
After we left the farm, we went to take a look at Woods Valley Campground. This is a Passport America campground. It looks like quite a nice place. Larger RVs are usually accommodated in a flat area near the pond, although we did some fifth wheels up the hill. There were several full time campers there. The park is situated in a typical southern California valley. There is no cell service and not cable TV. Satellite will depend on your site. It is quite heavily treed.
Here are some pictures of our day.
|Forward unto the breach, dear friends. V strides toward the booths|
|Santa loading the train|
|Such determination to find the next bargain. Our dearest American Mom, V.|
|Sculptures using stones and wire|
|This little doggie reminded us so much of our Mischief|
|Ranch bordering Bates Nut Farm.|