A cheese tour, plus the sweetest horse

Mama and I got to go on a Cheese Tour today at Cowgirl Creamery in Pt. Reyes Station — and it was fantastic!

The tour of Cowgirl Creamery, which just happens to be my favorite cheesemaker (I was obsessed with their Ferry Building cheese shop when I lived in San Francisco), is an absolute deal! For just five bucks, we got to watch cheese curds made on the table in front of us, taste a bunch of different cheeses, and learn about the history of cheese and my favorite cheesemaker’s specialties!

After the tasting, Mama and I decided to explore the area. I went to summer camp in Pt. Reyes when I was a kid, and we haven’t been back in decades. We found the hostel where we used the stay the night before camp started; and we sat on their big, wooden Adirondack chairs relishing the views of lush, green hills and purple and orange wildflowers. We enjoyed the smell of Eucalyptus trees mixed with the salty ocean air.

We continued wandering and met a nice guy with a beautiful horse named Pepper. This former champion quarter-horse was such a sweet creature. Mama and I loved visiting with her and stroking her soft neck. Even Paisley seemed curious and happy to meet another gentle soul. We all shared some nuzzles, but it felt warm and fuzzy when Mama closed her eyes and just had a moment with Pepper.

Today’s #OneGoodThing was a glorious day of adventures with Mama!

Day 82 of 365. And Day 813 in a row (here’s the first 366 & the following 365)!

1 year ago today: Turquoise toes & frosting shots

2 years ago today: Ending the day on a high note

What was your #OneGoodThing today? Please share in the comments!

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