it had to come to and end at sometime, and while it would have been nice to stay one more night, it was time to head back home.
After breakfast we headed over to ‘The Sun Room’ to relax a little while before check out. (This room was occupied with bridal guests up until our final morning, so we took advantage or a few peaceful moments.)
One more stop at The Goat to pick up some goodies for later.
Snapped a picture of their coffee grinding facilities located in the back seating area of The Goat.
… and then snapped a picture of a few of the belted goats on the way out of Fearrington Village.
Now onto the Sarah P. Duke Gardens… Most of my pictures in the gallery below are from the Asiatic Garden.
Can we say I loved that bridge? If you ever go to these gardens, make sure to wear flats as it’s 5 miles of walking trails.
After all the ‘hiking’ around, we located the Terrace Cafe and picked up a sandwich to share.
Time to head home now…
(Note: The Sara P. Duke Gardens themselves are free of charge, however parking is a dollar for every thirty minutes, so make sure to calculate your time properly and place the ticket where it can be seen in your car windshield.)