If you are in Tokyo, visit the beauty counter at the famous Isetan Department Store. Our lavender products are featured on the front page of their department magazine! Isetan was opened in 1886, and the Shinjuku flagship store has more than 30 million shoppers annually.
Did you see us in the latest issue of Afar? Pick up a copy and read an inspiring guide to Agritourism hotels in Crete, Florence, Costa Rica and more!
LP was just featured in the Huffington Post food blog! Click here to read Julie Brothers’ article featuring smiling Farmer Sean, heritage seeds, and our Farm to Table philosophy. Thanks for the great article, Julie!
Our Tuesday night knitting group this month will have lots of ideas for fast one skein projects to help you have a handmade holiday. Small projects can also be a great way to learn a new knitting technique. The Sweater Girls will answer questions and help you pick out patterns. Holiday treats will be served while we knit and be merry! For $30 you can sign up for the once-a-month club, or just pay the drop-in rate of $12. Register for this event at www.sweatergirlsknit.com.
Local photographer Sergio Salvador visited us last weekend, and was kind enough to share a few images he took with his family. See the rest of them in our Facebook album. Do you have any fun pictures that you took on the farm? Send them to email@example.com and enter to win breakfast for two at the Inn!
We are pleased to announce that we have been named one of “Fodor’s 100 Hotels,” a designation given to the top 100 “best in category” hotels in the world. Los Poblanos was the only New Mexico property to win an award and was, in fact, one of only twenty-nine properties in the United States, in any category, to be so honored by Fodor’s .
We are so excited! Quinn and his wife Karen are checking in today – getting ready for the cooking class tomorrow and a very special dinner on Friday night. Did you sign up yet? We still have a few spaces for Friday’s dinner, so book now!
Thanks to Allison Young for the article in So Scottsdale!
“Albuquerque may not ring of a fling the way, say, Paris or Italy do, but thanks to Los Poblanos, you can have an authentic agri-tourism experience, the kind you traditionally have to go all the way to Europe to get, practically in your backyard.” Click here to read the full article online.
The world’s largest concentration of Sandhill Cranes is on it’s way to Bosque del Apache, 100 miles South of Albuquerque. This means we will enjoy some feathered visitors for the next few months here on the farm. Check our calendar for guided bird walks.