January 11, 2012 by admin
And that was lovely of course. But you know how I feel about sports and snow and the outdoors. (Think cat in water or nails on chalkboard-I’m kind of like that, except I fare a little bit better when I know my guys love it so much) So what was the most magical part of the trip?
I found an amazing bakery that I would go back to in a heartbeat. It’s in a little town called Cashmere (wouldn’t you just love to say you come from Cashmere?) and it’s my fairy-tale “let’s sell everything and move away and start an adorable bakery/coffee shop in a town with an amazing name” dream. Just look at it again:
Yummy pastries in bags definitely make all the difference when you get back to the car after playing in the snow. We loved the pear pastry and this chocolate cupcake-esque treat.
PS-if you need a kid-friendly place to stay in Wenatchee, we stayed at the Springhill Suites and the boys LOVED the pool, the milk and cookies at night and the Chupa Chups at the front desk.
Category COFFEE SHOPS, RESTAURANTS, TRAVEL | Tags: Anjou bakery, best Washington bakeries, road trip with kids, road trips from Seattle, sno-park washington, wenatchee travel, where to stay wenatchee with kids
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