Stopped in to see this historic dairy! Was surprised to see fields of lavender! So beautiful and at peak bloom when we were there!
Gone are the dairy equipment but upon entering there was informative picture boards of "Washington Island Through the Years!" Including photos and information on the dairy that previously had been in this space!
Wonderful collection of vintage posters!
Additional lavender market and art space upstairs! When we were visiting there were a number of artists present!
Very well done and informative!
The viking drying sheds in the center of the lavender fields have photo boards that provide information about lavender production!
We were fortunate to meet Scott Sonoc who is the owner! He was in the fields harvesting the lavender, hand cutting and putting in bundles! He talked and taught as he worked! He was friendly and provided us with a wealth of information!
It was great to be able to hear his love for the island!
Scott is an artist as well as architect! His Washington Island posters are displayed and are for sale inside the old dairy! Beautiful pieces with hidden object in the images on the poster!
Great afternoon visit!!
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