Every year I attend the lavender festival and usually have friends travel in to go with me. This year was going to be different since having a foot reconstruction surgery done 8 weeks ago. My options were to use my knee cart or use a wheel chair. We chose the wheel chair. This proved to be a bad choice since getting around the park and some of the farms in the grass and in the gravel walkways and paths was very hard for my friends to be pushing. I had almost given up hope of enjoying the festival when we decided to head out to the Washington lavender farm at the George Washington Inn. What a delight. the paths and roads are all paved so i could easily maneuver around. There was live music on the lawn, an antique car show i could wheel up and see - i even manuevered through the farm store and bought my yearly soap and a gift for a friend. Went outside and saw the renactment of the civil war group that was there, was so authentic and so fun. And then proceeded to have a wonderful cup of coffee in the incredible atmosphere. Thankyou for making the lavender festival a good experience for me Washington lavender farm.
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