The Italian Adventure: Tractors & Wild Flowers

As mentioned in a previous post, I went to Italy for the first time in June for a work conference. All of the hotels were booked in Siena by the time I had pulled everything together to be able to go, so I ended up staying outside of the city in a little village called San Rocco di Pili, at Fattoria Di Cavaglioni, an old family-owned working farm and villa with rooms to rent.

It was great to be able to stay outside the city and experience a different kind of Italian atmosphere. I got up early in the morning and investigated the farm, excited to see all of the textures, colors, and juxtapositions…

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