CITR Party on the Farm 2010


And I don’t mean for the chickens! (Every day is a party for the chickens around here.)

Just a reminder post in case you missed it. The Chickens in the Road Party on the Farm 2010 is coming soon to a farm near you. Or at least near me.

Date: October 2
Location: Stringtown Rising Farm (Walton, West Virginia)

Get all the details here.

I might get everything cleaned up in time. If not, you can help!!!

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on September 3, 2010  

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  1. 9-3

    Can’t wait to meet everyone on the farm!

  2. 9-3

    I would love to come to this party!!! But I can’t. I have to work and since I already took two vacations this summer, my bosses frown on a third. I’d just like to sit on your porch with a chicken in my lap and a Giant Puppy leaning against me and watch the goats. I know you are going to have a great time with everyone. I’ll be thinking of you all!

  3. 9-3

    :sheep: I just love your website. I give my chickens a party sometimes when i make special treats.

  4. 9-3

    Wish it would’ve been about three weeks ago, as I was less than an hour from you! But, we’re back home now which is about 12 hours from you. :cry:
    Try to have fun without me. :hissyfit:

  5. 9-3

    I want to come soooo bad but you are soooo far away. :cry: If there was anything else to do in the area I could maybe justify it but I haven’t found anything yet.

  6. 9-3

    Hey Carol!

    There is a lot of things to do in the area! Charleston is about an hour drive from Walton. You could go to the Clay Center, visit our State Capital and see the gold dome, WV Power Park if there is a game going on. You could drive to Cross Lanes to the Casino and dog track if you are into gambling. Or my favorite would be to drive around 3 hours to Canaan Valley where the fall leaves might be at their peak and you could visit Blackwater Falls. I think there is lots to do and see in West Virginia that we don’t even leave the state anymore for our vacations.

    Angela :wave:

  7. 9-3

    It’s a bit far for me, but I’ll be there in spirit!!
    Hope you all have a wonderful time down on The Farm!
    I think bit’s fabulous that you open your home to your fans, Suzanne! :hug:

  8. 9-3

    OH MY!
    I was so looking forward to coming to the party this year but, alas, the person that was to do the driving will not be able to bring me.
    I hope everyone will have a wonderful time–I am sure they will!

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