The day didn't seem to be getting any better when we finally arrived after driving over an hour to find that farm after farm was closed or at capacity for U-pick cherries. Due to the California drought and general poor growing conditions, every farm's cherry crop was super light and picked clean after opening just for a couple days. After driving around in circles for a good 40 minutes, we settled on two other farms to pick white peaches and blackberries instead.
Both Miss A and her buddy finally got to wander about the fields and stuff their faces full of fruit, and the sun even came out as well so a good time was still had by all. :)
The girls even helped to pick some of the fruit - though most of it ended up either squashed in their hands or stuffed into their mouths.（⌒▽⌒）It's important to get them started early on earning their keep right? (^_−)☆
Since toddler was fussy I didn't have much of a chance to take nice photos so everything was just quickly shot with my iPhone this time, but I promise it tastes good! (At least I think it does. I don't even know anymore. It's been a very long day with a crying, sick, and clingy toddler and this was one of the few things she was willing to eat, so that's saying something right?) f(^_^;)