Avocado Festival, Carpinteria October 2012 (Page 1 of 1)
Three days of Peace, Love and Guacamole in Carpinteria. Lisa and I decided that eating avocados by the beach sounded like a great idea. And it was.
This is the world's largest bowl of guacamole. And yes, the guacamole was good!
Locally grown avocados.
|Guacamole from the world's largest guacamole bowl. Mmmmmmm.....|
|I had been curious about avocado ice cream for a while. And here at the 26th Annual California Avocado Festival in the charming town of Carpinteria, I had my chance. It was good, the taste of the avocado blending well with the sugary sweetness.|
Sandyland. For Aunt Sandy. Yippee!
Walking around Carpinteria Beach, we came across a talking tree. We discussed avocados and ents for a while, and he wished us a good time during our time in town.
After walking along the cliffside, we drove to Ventura and had some delicious Himalayan food on Main Street.
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