The last stop of the salmon tour is to Willow View Farms for apple picking.
Unfortunately, we arrived at the farm at 5:30PM which is the closing time for the farm. The owner told us that we can look around and buy stuff from the store but no apple picking.
So, we just have a look around the store. There are a lot of pumpkins and squash.
The above is the biggest pumpkin in this farm.
The group was not disappointed as there are a lot of photography opportunity. Continue reading
The salmon tour includes a tour to a honey store.
The Cambell’s Gold Honey Farm and Meadery sells natural honey and honey related products.
Since it’s October, the store front is decorated with jack-o-lantern and scarecrow.
They even have pumpkin honey.
There is a table of assortment of flavored honey for tasting.
They even have honey wine.
The praise dance group from the Richmond Chinese Evangelical Free Church organized a day tour in place of praise dance practice on a Thursday.
We went for the Salmon Run at Weaver Creek. It was a cloudy day with light showers.
The view of farm land and mountains with fall colour was amazing.
The first stop was to Inch Creek Fish Hatchery to see the largest freshwater fish in the world. We saw two sturgeons in a shallow man made pond.
Then we proceeded to Weaver Creek. There were some nervous moments as our bus driver got lost on a mountain logging road. He got to turn around twice on a narrow logging road and the people who sat at the back of the bus were most scared when the bus backed up to the edge of the cliff. They kept telling the driver to stop reversing. Fortunately, we made our way down safely. Continue reading