👁✊🏼👁 "Accept what comes to you totally and completely so that you can appreciate it, learn from it, and then let it go.
🙏🏼Sorry forgot to add, this post is clip 2/2. Music is from my brother's band in his younger years. #Primrose
PRIMROSE and her baby BUTTERCUP and the ducks at Winterpast Farm Petting Zoo in Wake Forest NC.
PLEASE read "your visit" at www.winterpast.org which fully explains how to schedule a farm visit, how to park "at a pig", our admission, and lists many foods you can bring for feeding the animals.
Winterpast Farm Schedule:
OPEN Wed June 28 from 10-5
CLOSED Thurs June 29 for private field trip
CLOSED Fri June 30 for private field trip
OPEN Sat July 1 from 10-5
OPEN Sun July 2 from 12-5
CLOSED Mon July 3
OPEN Tues July 4 from 10-5
CLOSED Wed July 5
OPEN Thurs July 6 from 10-5
CLOSED Fri July 7
OPEN Sat July 8 from 10-5
OPEN Sun July 9 from 12-5
PLEASE DO NOT drive down our neighbors private road behind the Winterpast barn even if your GPS tells you to!!! Our address is 12936 Ghoston Road and our very well marked entrance is at 12936 Ghoston Road.
PLEASE look for our LARGE entry sign and enter the parking lot there.
PLEASE park very close together in our small parking lot. Please have cash or check to Winterpast Farm to pay the $10 per person admission fee. Please don't plan to debate our admission fee at the gate.
Thank you for supporting a small local farm family.
PLEASE read "your visit" at www.winterpast.org which fully explains parking, admission, and lists food you can bring for the animals. #winterpastfarm#pettingzoo#wakeforestnc#ducks#ducksofinstagram#goats#babygoat#primrose#buttercup#supportlocalsmallbusiness#ncfarm#opentoday
Out gathering flowers and herbs in the garden this morning for a few homemade soaps this afternoon. Today's soap will feature evening primrose, calendula, and mint, and it will be available for purchase at the Homestead farmstand this weekend.
The strawberry spinach is almost ready for harvest. Did you know it grows it's own edible berries? The small green tufts you see in the second picture turn deep red and can be eaten as berries in salads.
And.. let's hear it for the volunteer veggies 😅 the compost squash is really picking up size now, as is the heirloom corn that apparently grew out of last year's seed remnants. I swore I would never grow corn again, and, lo and behold, here it is 😂😂 it's a variety called Country Gentleman.