Group shot of us with our bagels.
Second Stop: Gizdich Ranch in Watsonville for some strawberry picking. We got to pick fresh strawberries right off the vines. They were so red and juicy and perfect! They also bake delicious pies there with the berries they grow. We ate a yummy Ollalieberry pie. They had a cute little play area too.
This is the barn where Gizdich Ranch sells their fresh fruit if you choose not to pick it yourself.Jenni, Katie, and Autumn showing off the strawberries they have found!
Lots and lots of strawberries!Cameron and mommy picking strawberries together!We each filled up our own bucket FULL of strawberries and then got some recipe ideas of how we could use all of these berries!
A group shot of all of us with our buckets full of strawberries!
Eating a yummy, yummy, Ollaliberry Pie!
Cameron playing in the hay tunnel that they had at the ranch!
Third Stop: We made our way to Mission San Juan Bautista. The mission was really interesting and they had a lovely flower garden.
This is a shot of the mission from the side. You enter on the left hand side.Jenni and I in the flower garden of Mission San Juan Bautista.
Another shot of the mission. The architecture was crazy.
The cemetery at the mission. It said over 4,000 people were burried here.
Fourth Stop: The Original El Camino Real road. It happens to be placed right behind Mission San Juan Bautista. It was built as a road that connected various colonies of Spain in the Americas.
This is the sign that marked it, and the dirt road in the bottom of the picture is El Camino.
Fifth Stop: The San Andreas Fault Line, which also happens to run right behind the San Juan Bautista Mission.
This is a picture of the sign they have posted about the fault line. They use to have a seismograph that showed the fault constantly moving, but it got damaged.
These fields are sitting directly on the San Andreas Fault.
Sixth Stop: We had lunch in San Juan Bautista at a Mexican restaurant called Dona Esthers. It was recommended to me by a few different people. The food was ok, nothing too exciting, but was still good!
Seventh Stop: Then it was off to San Carlos Borromeo de Carmelo Mission in Carmel. While we were there they had a wedding going on. This mission too had a lovely courtyard and flower garden.
This was the entrance into the church part of the mission.
By the time we got to Carmel, Cameron was passed out, and Katie was SOOO excited to get to hold him! :)
This was the backside of the mission, in another courtyard that they had. I thought the buildings were so lovely.
Cameron and I in the gardens of the Carmel mission.
This was one of the windows at the Carmel mission. I just had to take a picture because I thought it was so rustic and beautiful.
Eight Stop: After the mission, we headed to downtown Carmel-By-The-Sea. The downtown is so cute and has a lot of shops. We had fun window shopping and of course, buying some candy from the cottage of sweets!
Jenni posing infront of the cottage with a mossy roof! Katie loved the roofs so much that she decided she wants to live in a town like this!
Cameron and I posing with the San Carlos street sign. We had to be somewhat touristy, and since we live in San Carlos, what could be better!?!
Final Stop: On our way home we had to stop by Yogurtland in Cupertino for some delicious self serve frozen yogurt! Yum!