Friday, October 8, 2010

Living in the Heart of Ebey's Reserve

Ebey's Landing National Historical Reserve:  17,500 acres, 18 working farms, 400 historical structures, native prairies, two state parks, miles of shoreline, a network of trails and the second oldest town in Washington (Coupeville).

Sherman cow

Even if you don't live in the heart of Ebey's Reserve like I do, a must visit this time of year is the Sherman Farm on Ebey's Prairie.  There you'll find the best deal around on pumpkins and you'll be greated by a few friendly, vocal cows as well. 

Sherman pumpkin & fresh beets


  1. Wonderful! Your sketches make me smile.

  2. These are great! Love your economy of line.

  3. I was there yesterday and bought my annual squash! I think it is a wonderful place to record and suggested we meet there sometime this month. I don't get back until the 20th, so maybe after that????Please!

  4. Sorry, but we're committed to sketching Wednesday afternoons at GB Farm during our show this month. Maybe you all could go to Sherman's in the morning and GB in the afternoon? I'll be on vacation then.