MLK Day at the Beach + Martinelli’s!

MLK Day at the Beach + Martinelli’s!

A long holiday weekend could not have come at a better time for us!
We were coming off a few weeks with all of us being so sick at our house,
and just barely starting to feel a little better (though Reagan was still just
on day three of her antibiotic for pneumonia + ear infections…) so we wanted
to get some fresh air, but not go too far. We decided to head to the beach for
some sea air, sunshine and a little break. Chase rode his bike down to the coast,
and I drove Reagan while she took a morning nap. Since she was asleep I took a
few detours to see some towns and areas I had never been to! At the end we drove
down to see the Martinelli factory and sample all of their flavors. It was a fun day
off, and gave us just the extra break we needed going into a new week ahead.

Stopping through Felton for the first time! ^^
Seeing the Covered Bridge there ^^
Passed by the steam train which we want to take into Santa Cruz soon! ^^
We decided to set up at Seabright Beach, one we love!
Part of it is having some improvement done on the Twin Lakes Beach
side, but it’s still a great setting with the harbor, lighthouse and beach.
Loved getting this sweet sick girl some fresh sea air!
Dada arriving by bike! ^^
Always have to walk out to the pretty lighthouse here!
Exploring with Dada ^^
Our last stop of the day was at the Martinelli Headquarters / Factory in Watsonville!
It is too cute – and you can do free tastings of all of their sparkling cider flavors!
Guess who loved the tasting the most…
This girl :)
Cheers to MLK Day and the beautiful Bay!




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    • love their pure sparkling apple juice, sparkling white grape, apple pomegranate, and loved prickly pear but it’s only sold there and not in stores!

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