There is nothing sweeter than spending time with my family. In my mind, my family is what I have created and I like to enjoy things that I have contributed to building. This past weekend my little one and I went to Walker Honey Farm, in Rogers, Texas, for a bee tour. It was a nice treat to end our long week with.
Walker Honey Farm
So if you call the place you get wine, a winery, shouldn’t the place you get honey be called the Honeyry? This honey farm gives honey bee tours throughout the year on the first Saturday of the month. You can find out all about them here. The little one and I had an amazing time. We got a chance to see what all goes into getting the sweet, aromatic honey into the jar. Now we all know the stars of the honey, the bees, but there are stars behind the honey in the jars. Our tour guide was very informative and fun and answered all of my questions.
There were tons of honey varieties to choose from. I think the tasting was my favorite part.
As you can see, my little one was all into this tour. Which is good because I want him to experience different things. However I will say that probably his most favorite thing to sample was the Honey Root Beer that the bee keepers make on the premises. I must say to that is was one enjoyable glass. I could taste the love.
What I really enjoyed was all the access to the honey. You can get prefilled or already filled containers. Bee pollen, creamed honey, and honey sticks were also available for purchase. This is a place that honey lovers have to check out for themselves.
Now I will say that you must definitely should add Walker Honey Farm to your bucket list if you are ever in the central Texas area. Check out my bucket list items for this Spring.