A farm in the city, less than half an hour away from us. If someone had told me that, I probably would not have believed it. But Josh and Zoë had a play date at a farm/nursery yesterday and it was heaps of fun for all of us –yep, me included! It was such a treat, I tell you.
Josh and Zoë got to pull out carrots…
My friend teaching Zoë how to properly pull out the carrots.
Yay, she got one!
Superheroes eat broccoli.
Rows of marigolds and snapdragons.
Isn’t this camellia lovely? The petals are the softest, purest white… (Yes, it’s from the farm, too.)
There were fish ponds, love birds, three peacocks, pheasants, dogs, guinea fowls…
Feathers from guinea fowls
And there were bunnies, too. The kids got to feed the carrot tops to the bunnies.
It was such a wonderful afternoon. The weather was great and we were outdoors. The kids got to do and see things they don’t get to see or do every day. We also came home with heads of cauliflower, broccoli, the carrots that the kids pulled out, some potatoes, lettuce, a big bunch of marigolds and snapdragons, not to mention wonderful memories of a great time with D and his family.