Real Goods Store
Took my two grandsons up to Hopland for lunch and to wander around the beautiful grounds of this unique store. There are stunning gardens, three ponds, complete with bull frogs, and lily pads.
Old rusty cars with big trees growing up from under them.
A quaint setting that intrigues people from all over.
In the store they sell practical things from toys, housewares, clothing, books, bedding, cards, dishes, ovens, fireplaces, etc.
Their main goal is to teach people how to live green.
Solar living, straw built homes, water, lights, etc.
There are little water ways, sand, and a tunnel for kids to play.
The boys brought little cars and motorcycles to play in the water and sand. It was simple and they love it each time we go.
We brought our lunch. There are picnic tables to sit down, and watch the fish that swim in the big pond.
There is an actual tree house, but they ask that the public not use it.
Why they even have a huge working garden with people who stay on the property to care for it and learn new things about "the green life".
We need to go back, it has been a whole year!
Where do you like to go on outings with your children or pets?
Share your experiences and places with me.