Knott’s Boysenberry Festival
For the last two weeks Knott’s Berry Farm has been celebrating its annual Boysenberry Festival. As a fan of all things boysenberry, I had to go! The list of unique boysenberry dishes was quite long, and it actually took two visits for us to eat all that we wanted to. But the fun didn’t end with food, Ghost Town offered fun boysenberry themed games, along with some talented musicians.
Patrick and I had a lot of fun sharing the multitude of special boysenberry flavored things. My favorite was the “Fun Stick” which was, get ready…deep fried cheesecake on a stick with boysenberry sauce. It was for sure one of the most delicious things I have ever eaten!
Boysenberry Festival ends on the third, but Knott’s is still always a good place to get a boysenberry fix. Mrs. Knott’s Chicken Dinner Restaurant closed for the first time since it opened in 1934 earlier this year, and is slated to re-open sometime this spring, and I’m pretty excited to see what renovations they did.
I hope your April is off to a good start and you didn’t fall for any April Fool’s Day jokes!
Blouse: Bohemian Vintage (now Yours), Portland, Oregon
John Wolf Textiles Western Town Skirt: VintageCritter
Vintage Knott’s Berry Farm Charm Bracelet & Tooled Leather Purse: Found by my dad!
Cowboy Brooch: Classic Hardware
Boots: Buffalo Exchange
Vintage Knott’s Berry Farm Fan: Antique Depot, Orange, California
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4 comments on “Knott’s Boysenberry Festival”
When ever you post western outings I get super excited! Plus the western ware is excellent.
Oh, I love your outfit! It’s casual and comfortable, but still so classy. And, I love the Western print on your skirt.
Looks like you had a great time!
Looks like a lot of fun!
I’m always excited to see you cowgirl inpired outfits. for sure I adore this one too. The novelty skirt is a great find!