Last Saturday we went and saw the Mary Olsen Farm in Auburn. The White River Valley Museum keeps it all going and runs it. It is this old time farm that you can go and see the old homestead how it looked back in the day and also animals on the farm.
You park about an 1/8 of a mile away from the farm and walk on this hilly path and while we were waiting for Anna and Scott and their family we stopped by the creek for which was freezing cold and Paige didn't like her feet in it though she didn't cry just lifted her feet out of the water.
The farm consists of the house, an orchard, a garden, a shed in the back, a smoke house, an outhouse, a huge barn, a chicken coop, and lots of grass and land to explore and look at.
Paige was so excited when she first spotted the cat and kept on making meowing noises and wanted to go and get it and once we finally got to that point in the house tour she probably could have petted that cat for quite a while. (By the way she now is really good at making a cat's meow, a dog's woof, and a cow's moo and recognizing them when she sees them)
All the kids loved the chickens and especially giving them bits of grass to eat once Papa showed them how to do it and how they reacted to it.
Besides the cat and the chickens there was a couple goats, cows, and horses which were all fun to see and reminded me of home.