They learned all about a corn sheller.
We got a tour of their wagons.
Then we met the goats. And the poor, ol' mama goat was starving because she gave birth last Sunday to three (imagine that!) restless little billy goats. So we fed her lots and lots of weeds. And we found out that goats are the best natural weed control. They just went to town on them. Wish we could have a few goats here in Reno.
We saw the chickens.
And just for Bella there's a Moo Train that operates during Pumpkin Patch season, so, yes, we'll be back.
And tomatoes. There are already some green ones growing. That caused Ken to dream of Uncle Frank's Fried Green Tomatoes. Gotta get the recipe from Frank one of these days.
Finally, Farmer John took us over to the raspberry fields and my, my, my....guess what we saw -
That's right a DAIRY!!! With the infamous black and white cows Bella wanted to see. So we walked amongst them (and scared them off).
Candles. Make a wish.
And blow...with an assist from Big Sissy.
Presents. Thank you Grandma Sandi for Fancy Nancy. She loves the book and the costume. Bella ::is:: Fancy Nancy. If any of you out there, have little girls who love to dress up...this book is for them!
We're dirt-filled, nap-deprived and completely and utterly sugared-up. Happy ::THREE:: to our baby girl!!!