We are fortunate to live in an area where our children know where their food comes from. We have farms that grow vegetables and fruits, and sheep, beef and poultry. These farms mean there are barns and tractors – and an autumnal hayride. These hayriders came back to the Charlemont Federated Church
to make lunches that included local cider and home made pumpkin cookies.
The cookies just looked like pumpkins, but real pumpkins were ready for carving. Parents and kids all took their turns with the carving tools.
This little rainbow bird flitted around – but everyone had a good time as the season shifts from golden fall, to gray winter. At least I hope we have some time before we have white winter.
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Lisa – It was certainly a great event.