We found this farm to be very educational and interesting. All the people are in character. They act like this is their 1880 farmhouse. They describe how their grandfather came to this country and cleared the land, planted crops and went about their daily life. It is a real eye opener! I was particularly impressed by the items that were made with gourds. They also had beautiful Clydesdale horses that drove the cart on tour as well as all the other animals to be found on a farm.
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