Apr 1, 2013
This Easter weekend, we took a trip up to Northern California to check out a place called Daffodil Hill. It's pretty self-explanatory.
A hill. With Daffodils.
Lots and lots of daffodils.
Daffodil Hill is located in a tiny town called Volcano, California (population: 100) and it was the perfect little day trip for us. While we enjoy the Bay Area, sometimes its nice to escape all the crowds and head out to our roots: the boondocks.
Also worth mentioning: it was free! So naturally, it was packed. A lot of people where there taking advantage of the beautiful weather (70 degrees) and gorgeous surroundings for Easter photos.
Brandon and I mostly used our trusty 100mm macro lens and he came out with these two great shots.
Tulips are one of my favorite flowers and this color might top the list.
We also spent some time wondering the trails nearby and some redwoods.
And met some farm animals.
Finally, after a few hours of photos and one sunburnt husband later, we drove back to town and had supper. I normally call it dinner, but when your dinner involves fried chicken, I'm pretty sure the correct terminology is supper.
Fried chicken, mac and cheese and arugula salad from Volcano Union Pub + Inn.
With some ice tea on the side of course. And followed by this:
Strawberry cobbler with ice cream. Perfection.
Hope y'all had a Happy Easter as well!
at 6:31:00 PM