Yesterday we enjoyed an afternoon at the farm with our friends. We started at Tantre Farm, where we're CSA members, then ventured to a sheep farm that our friend graciously introduced us to. The weather, the company, and the surroundings made for an ideal spring day (with many photo opportunities).
Before we could get in the car to go to the farm, Anna realized there were many worms on the hot, dry driveway that needed to be rescued. We had a mission to accomplish before we could leave.
Anna was enamored with chickens (and a couple of loud roosters) at Tantre. We arrived too late to gather eggs here, but we did help gather eggs at the second farm.
Anna and Jessica hitching a ride in the wagon on the way to pick some spinach at the greenhouse.
I just loved this old bike, the seat in particular, in the middle of the field.
There are all sorts of treasures to be found around the farm. Skulls (from what?) included.
Allise, thankfully, pulling the kids. Alicia and Allise were nice enough to take turns. I was out of breath just from walking up hill on my own.
LOVE this rooster!!
At the sheep farm, the girls saw brand new, day old, lambs. They were able to pet and help hold one as well.
They fed a lot of hungry goats and a few sheep as well.
I was mesmerized by this eye.
At the end of the bucket. The goat in the background is waiting not so patiently.