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Test Run

Sep
12


The Clover Express made its maiden voyage!

Without hay bales, but oh well. Not pulling those out till party time.

Heather was driving and CindyP was riding shotgun in the wagon.

The hay rides will load in the barnyard, take a trip around the goat yard, back to the barnyard, out the driveway and across the road, and into what was the cow field until I moved the cows last week to The Other Cow Field.

Then back across the road to the barnyard, into the goat yard for another round, and back to the barnyard to unload.

The practice run on the route worked great. Can’t wait!

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on September 12, 2012  

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  1. 9-12
    4:50
    am

    Looks like fun! One day I swear I’ll be rich and be able to travel across the world and come to one of your party of the farms. One day…

  2. 9-12
    5:28
    am

    This old lady won’t be on the wagon…but I’ll be there!!!!

  3. 9-12
    5:29
    am

    Love it!

  4. 9-12
    7:36
    am

    :snoopy: Fun fun!! and love the name!! We are on the way!! New York, New York last night!! West Virginia today!! :woof: :woof:
    Jan and Rain :sheepjump:

  5. 9-12
    7:39
    am

    I wish I could come… maybe next year! Have a wonderful time!

  6. 9-12
    7:42
    am

    It must feel good to have so many excited about coming to enjoy Sassafras Farm and its owner as well as so many of us who wish we were there. Oh do enjoy. You’ve worked so hard and so long for it.

  7. 9-12
    9:06
    am

    Am I allowed to snuggle a baby goat on my lap while I ride? Tee hee! Looks great, and sounds like fun. See you tomorrow!

  8. 9-12
    3:37
    pm

    What a wonderful name for the hay ride – So Clover is still bringing a lot of happiness :happyflower:

  9. 9-13
    12:49
    pm

    What do the two signs on the fence next to the barnyard gate say?

  10. 9-14
    9:08
    am

    Bales of straw on the “hay” ride might give more cushion. When the event is over you can put the bales of straw around the foundation of your house for additional winter insulation.

    Yes, I know you already have a barn full of hay and it’s at the ready.

    Just wanted to offer up my thoughts.

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