In addition to seeing animals on the farm tour last weekend, I glimpsed an amazing tree, and overheard the 62 questions a curious little girl asked her mama.
There were some ladies spinning fleece into yarn at the alpaca farm and I met a 9 year old boy who knows how to make brooms.
You knew there would be some pumpkins, but I did not expect to see bee's.
I witnessed some goat hi-jinks and got to see fields of lavender.
I also made it out to Madeline's place. I have been buying her zinnias for 3 or so years every summer at the market. The time for a good photo of her fields has long since past for this season, but it was fun to see it anyway.
If you are in the area you will have to visit their website and be watching for when it's time to pick strawberries out there in the spring. They are the best. If tomatoes are your thing... you can pick those too.
The Kaw Valley Farm Tour is always the first full weekend in October. You may want to pencil it in on your calendar for next year. It's a great way to spend a weekend.