Hello and Happy Friday! I am sorry my post is up a little late today. I had one of my less effective days yesterday. The definition of that means: I had a seizure last night. I am okay, but need to lay low at least for the next 24 hours or more. It’s ALL good. I am fine, just s-l-o-w…
BUT, I am excited to tell you about Field Trip Friday Fall Harvest Festival!
I was contacted by a local bloggers to visit the Fall Harvest Festival. I could hardly wait to see what it was all about.
The hours are:
Weekends: 10 a.m.-5p.m.
Floyd Lamb Park has beautiful scenery, complete with birds, ducks and geese beside the lake.
You will get to select your own pumpkins right from a home grown pumpkin patch.
There are a least half a dozen peacocks grazing the area. (Don’t you LOVE their colors?)
Hayrides and Horses: There are a variety of horses to get you around (Belgian & Percheron horses)
My gorgeous view on the hayride.
During the weekdays, the hayride is ideal for the little ones. There are a few large spiders and grave yards to spot. Then on e the weekends, it gets a little scarier with zombies wondering through your hayride path.
Petting Zoo: You have around 20 animals to explore (donkeys, goats, llama’s and more!)
The corn maze is really fun for everyone, as well. There are also a large variety of pumpkins to choose from as you find your way to the end.
Over all, it is a great way to spend family time on a Fall afternoon. For prices and contact numbers visit: http://doubletreecarriage.com/harvest-festival/ Ask for Barbara to help you. She is SO nice and informative. Steve will give you a great tour and show you the rescued animals in the petting zoo.
I hope you have enjoyed Field Trip Friday Fall Harvest Festival.
It was a fun trip.
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