1. Watching the kids have fun.
2. Doing things on the Kids’ list. The farm may not be Never-Never Land, and you may not be Peter Pan, but fun is fun for all ages up at the farm.
3. Relaxing on the front porch, slowing down, rocking in the rocking chairs, taking a nap on the loungers, and enjoying life.
4. Smelling clean air, tasting clean water, and just being in a naturally clean environment.
5. Meals on the Picnic table on the side porch, or at the round table in the kitchen, or by the pond, or on the trails out hiking. We try to keep a well-stocked kitchen, and you are welcomed to use anything. Tell us if we need to replace anything, or if we need some new pot or pan.
6. Late night fires at the out-door fire circle, watching the moon, the stars, and the mountains at night. Its really dark and yet only a hundred feet to the house.
7. Late night fires in the house (particularly in bad weather), snuggled up on the leather couch, reading, cuddling, talking, playing a game, or putting together a jigsaw puzzle.
8. Reading. If you like to read, the farm is a wonderful place, because there are so many nice spots to sit, admiring the beauty of nature, while enjoying a good book.
9. Making music: we have a piano, keyboard, and a couple of guitars. Or Listening to music: we have a stereo with a CD and tape player and a bunch of old CD’s.
10. Being together as a family or with friends, talking, sharing meals, and growing close.
11. Shooting: Our Boy Scout troop has set up a nice small bore rifle range and you can also shoot skeet if you make arrangements with us. Bows are welcome. Naturally, we want these activities to be very safely conducted.