With all of that in mind, I'm thankful for days like today when we can get out of the house and have fun for under $20. We spent a little while this morning at High Hopes Farm. It was a beautiful day, and although I had to pull our 100 lb wagon up the drive, it was wide open enough that they could get out and run and play. They were able to feed some animals (they didn't like that the goats were trying to eat their clothes.), take a wagon ride, play, check out what the garden looked like, and just enjoy the outdoors on a beautiful day. I'm so thankful to know the Wood family, and am glad that they opened up their farm for this event today.
|The wagon migh look like a cool way to travel, and if I got to ride in one of the cars, I might think so too. Problem is, it's |
HEAVY! Pulling it in the grass is not fun either. Glad they could get out and run!
|Harrison loved the horse, but still a little unsure about petting.|
|The boys are off to visit with the horse.|
|Our little horse whisperer.|
|Xavier and Lilya checking out the donkey.|
|They loved watching the farm animals. The baby goats, Grant and Abraham Lincoln, were a hit!|
|Love that Anne could bring her niece and nephew too! This is the best that I could get with all 7 kiddos checking out the goats.|
|Oscar loved watching the horse eat!|
|I think we're going to have to buy one of these for our swingset.|
|Xavier and Lilya playing on the teeter totter|