When I saw a Groupon for Remlinger Farms, I bought one, and called my youngest sister, who bought one as well. Then we all planned a fun day out together with the Grandmas too! Remlinger Farms is like a year-round fair, with amusement rides, farm stand items and crafts, animals, and fun! (Well, not quite year-round... they're closed November through Mother's Day... But still,) We'd never been before, but I'd heard great things (it's an hour or so away, and I'm not known for my desire to travel long distances without my husband in the driver's seat!)
Since I wasn't sure if their deli/farm stand would have safe lunch options, I packed food for all of us.
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Lunch for Z
|Organic grapes, blueberries, snap peas, carrots; Udi's GF PBJ, dye-free taffies|
Lunch for Little E
|GF PBJ, dye-free taffies; organic grapes, blueberries, snap peas, carrots|
|Vegan truffle bunny, freeze-dried mangoes, Peeled Berry Crunch apple clusters, organic salad (lettuce, carrots, |
crumbled goat cheese, hemp hearts, sunflower and chia seeds, raisins, rosemary vinaigrette)
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Fun Pics for the Grammas!
Normally I'm against pony rides at fairs and such, but since this is a permanent versus a mobile feature, handlers lead each pony around a track, rather than them being chained nose-to-butt walking in a circle. And each pony only has a 30-minute shift (less in extremely hot weather) before being rotated back to the barn for a break. I was very pleased at how well loved and well-treated these ponies are by the staff.