We were on our way to visit grandma on Sunday and saw that it’s strawberry picking season at Carrigan Farm.
The cost is $11.00 per gallon basket pick-your-own and $13.50 per gallon basket already picked. We were allowed to roam the farm to pick our own strawberry, unlike Ira Farm that only allowed us to pick at certain row, but of course Ira Farm was a lot closer to home and I do miss that he closed his strawberry farm.
This would be a nice spot for Lee to levitate but the owner might not like it so we didn’t attempt.
Lee did a great job in picking. I was busy taking picture and ended up combining mine with hers to make a full basket, and we ended up buying the second basket that’s already picked.
Nice cool ride.
By the time we got to grandma’s house, I made a Lao dipping sauce to eat with the strawberry. The ingredients are sugar, crushed dried chili peppers, fish sauce, and crushed roasted rice.
It was real good, more photos of Grandma’s cooking, chickens and garden to come.
All photos were taken with Canon T2i, and EF 24-105mm f/4L IS USM lens.