May Long Weekend. Part Three

I’m pretty directionally challenged; and for a long time, I’ve relied on my gps to take me everywhere. Occasionally, my gut instinct will lead me the right way but there are times where my instinct fails me and I get miserably lost. Such is the case during my drive to Fort Langley; I didn’t update the gps so unfortunately I didn’t realize I should be crossing the Golden Ears Bridge. Essentially, I took a 40 minute drive and made it into a one hour detour.

The purpose of driving down to Fort Langley was an day for afternoon tea and antiquing. Above, the afternoon tea set from Little White House Salon Cafe. The selection included: Egg Salad on mini Croissants, Rosemary Shortbread Cookies, Feta and Tomato Quiche, Sausage Rolls, Cucumber & Cream Cheese Open-Faced Sandwiches, Assorted Scones, Creme Brûlée Macaron, Bacon and Maple Macaron and finally, Red Velvet and White Chocolate Cupcakes.

While the food wasn’t anything out of the ordinary, the cute little cafe was. Nestled inside a house, the Salon is also home to a boutique featuring home decor, clothing and linens which occupy the different rooms in the house.

So cute, you can get lost in here. Admittedly, such a girly thing to do.  And of course, I didn’t exactly walk out of there empty handed. Below, my new owl tea cup.

Little White House & Co. – 9090 Glover Road, Fort Langley, B.C.
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Update: To add to my lack of navigating skills, I do not also possess much knowledge of bridges. I didn’t know the Golden Ear’s Bridge was a tolled one — there are definitely better ways to spend $8.

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2 thoughts on “May Long Weekend. Part Three

  1. i went here a few years ago and it was my first and last visit… my tea treats had mold on them and when i told the waitress she looked at them and argued that the fuzzy green spots were not mold. actually argued with me point blank while looking at it. not. impressed. :/

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