Oregon Road Trips: Wooden Shoe Tulip Farm

by Rainbow Bobbins

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Tulips. After visiting the Monks at Mt. Angel Abbey, Kenya, Molly, Tony and I headed to Wooden Shoe Tulip Farm in Woodburn. I am so happy we took back roads to get there because there was a 3 mile long line of cars waiting to get in the main entrance. Nutty. Who knew people are so into fields of flowers. Once I got there I realized the real drawl: the wooden shoe shoe train. There was also a cool collection of steam engine farming equipment and corn dogs – ya boy!

That is Mt. Hood in the background

That is Mt. Hood in the background

Molly and Kenya make their way through the tulips

Molly and Kenya make their way through the tulips

Hold on to your hats folks, this here is the wooden shoe train!

Hold on to your hats folks, this here is the wooden shoe train!

The wooden shoe train on its way to Mt. Hood

The wooden shoe train on its way to Mt. Hood

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