My husband, Jim, and I traveled this great country of ours for SEVEN years in our RV. We saw many wonderful sights, visited famous and not so famous cities, and wandered through many a National Park. I have blogged through all our travels. I've stumbled upon the "Blogging from A to Z Challenge 2013". I decided to jump on board this crazy train and share with all of you places I have seen in my travels.
First I ran into this guy.
He did make some snarky remark about me not being able to wear that t-shirt, but I wanted to take a picture with him anyway.
There was wine-tasting available, and also olive oil tasting. I know! Who knew?
You can actually taste the difference between the oils. This was our adorable tour guide.
The store featured, of course, different oils,
and even lunch. (Which we opted to buy elsewhere. But I heard that the food here is outstanding.) Our tour took us in the back where the olives are pressed. This olive press was brought from Italy by a man named Guido. For real.
I just loved the sign on the mill.
Don't know what language "NO TOUCHIE" is in, but it is understandable!
We were able to taste test some olives at the end of the tour.
For more information on the Queen Creek Olive Mill, please click here.