So far, our spring is off to a pretty productive start! After a couple weekends of vigorous yard cleanup (I still don't fully understand how ALL that driveway rock made it into the yard during snow removal!) we started on our first "pumpkin patch project" of the year.
Until now, we've only had a crushed rock path leading to the Schoolhouse Café. This was working okay but we wanted a better surface for strollers, wheelchairs, and little feet. The cement truck arrived yesterday morning, and within 2 1/2 hours the sidewalk was all finished and drying in the sunshine. We want to thank Terry's dad, Richard, who helped with the labor-intensive project.
One project down, dozens and dozens to go!
On a different note, we hope to see you for our Spring Open House on April 24 & 25. We'll be open 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday and noon-4 p.m. Sunday. Don't miss this chance to visit the farm in the Springtime! Walk the nature trail, visit the animals, and challenge your family members to a game of ladder golf or bean bag toss. Chow down on a fresh-grilled picnic lunch in the Schoolhouse Café, made from Nebraska food products. Admission is FREE (food not included).
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