My tiny dancer had a performance this weekend at a farm not too far down the road that we know well.https://lumberinmyminivan.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/0514c520f14834dd0c872345e392c421.mov
Not her actual performance. That’s just for funzies. They were having a fall festival, complete with vendors, food and fun. And of course, the ice cream shop was open.
My girls are into hayrides these days, and Homeland Creamery has a neat one: lots of pretty scenery and even a quick history lesson about the farm.
There were some neat vendors there, with homemade organic soaps, baked goods, woodwork, and even dried flower bouquets.
We even got to feed and pet a baby alpaca.
And look at this adorable calf!
We even got some homemade honey and some ice cream. A fantastic time was had by all! And if you have never been to Homeland Creamery in Julian, NC, you should definitely check that out.