“I would hate to have to confiscate your apples,” the Canadian border guard said with a smile as I re-entered the country. I was returning from a trip to Lynden, Washington where I spent three days bike riding, whale watching, appreciating art, and learning about local history. One of the highlights of my little getaway on the other side of the 49th parallel was BelleWood Acres apple farm.
While I did not pick any apples, or attempt to bring any back across the border – since you can’t do that – I did sip cider, sample spirits, roll through the orchard in a golf cart, play among sunflowers and cornstalks, and eat one of the best turkey sandwiches around.
Check out Miss 604’s recent trip to Lynden here.
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