A Picnic on Johnson Farm

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One of our absolute favorite spots on Bainbridge Island is Johnson Farm. We are so fortunate to be in walking distance to this farm, so we come here multiple times a week. Johnson Farm is public farmland, managed by Friends of the Farms; it is land set aside for farming, and cannot be used for development. We are lucky to live in a place that values farming and our land. There is a community pea patch, a majestic pond, and trees ripe with plums, apples and pears. We even took a few of our wedding photos here!

We stopped in at the farm for a fun picnic, and enjoyed some tasty lemon lavender cookies. Recipe coming soon! Julian ate plums off the trees and about devoured that whole basket of tomatoes.

Let me know if you have any questions about the beautiful Johnson Farm, or if you have the chance to visit! It is truly picturesque.

(Dress: Free People, similar.  Julian’s shirt: Gap Kids. Julian’s Shorts: Kickee Pants. Blanket: Pendleton)

xx,

Heidi

Photography by Jesse Crockett

 

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6 Comments

  1. Beautiful baby, beautiful mama! This seems like the perfect picnic location. There are so many hidden gems on Bainbridge. Thanks for sharing!

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