I was famished, so the first order of business was to get some nourishment. You get to take a cute little country flag back to your table to identify your order. I was disappointed that I didn't get Kenya, as the party in front of me got it (I have already been to Ireland).
|It should say Kenya|
I quickly got over it after my food arrived, because it was delicious! The red lentil dal was seasoned perfectly, and who knew a simple hummus sandwich could be this tasty. I really liked it on the multi-grain baguette.
I couldn't wait to hit the wooden floors and explore the general store. It was a playground full of unique and fun items. My companion and I were having so much fun reading the fridge magnets that we caused a bit of a ruckus.
|I want to learn how to do this|
My only purchase was these awesome bandages, because where would I find them again?! This design is one of many clever packages (you will have to see the rest for yourself).
|Great conversation piece, right?|
Time to stop stalking the general store and move on to Peck's Farm, where feeding the goats was at the top of my list. Bring some quarters for the gumball-style machines filled with corn to feed these cute little beggars.
|But we are still hungry|
|Don't you agree?|
There is so much happening at Peck's Farm, especially now that autumn is here and Halloween is approaching. Do beware - there are some spooky entities on the grounds, including Hannibal Lecter. I didn't mind getting close for a photo op, because he's in a straitjacket.
|How did he get in there?|
Once you are done playing outdoors, you can step inside the store to find fruits, veggies, cheese, candy, baked goods and a whole lot more. You can also find some pretty cool Halloween baubles and pick your own pumpkin.
|I couldn't leave without these|
|These guys can hook you up|
Whether you live in the area or are just visiting, at least one trip to Peck's Farm should be on your calendar.
|No better place to get a pumpkin|