Bentwillow Bunnies farm, which is located only about 15 minutes from us and is owned by a family who have students that attend the school my husband works at. They have rabbits, chickens, and peafowl which they raise and sell. How cool would that be, to have a peacock strutting around your yard? Frank remembered when he was a little boy, his uncle down the road had a variety of animals, including peacocks.
There were so many adorable bunnies! (Holland Lops and Netherland Dwarfs) Tabby immediately asked how much they were and is considering asking for one for Christmas!
Solomon enjoyed petting a rabbit:
We were all delighted to hear "peep! peep! peep!" and saw some chicks. Hunter was happy to hold one:
Next were the "peafowl!" I had always called them peacocks, but I learned those were the males. Females are peahens and babies are peachicks. I think the peacock blue color is the most beautiful color blue in the world:
We got to feed the peafowl a special treat - cat food!
Tabby talked chicken language to some of the free range chickens:
As a bonus, we got to meet some of the horses that lived next door:
Solomon's very favorite part of the whole visit though, may very well have been his getting to open and close a gate a bunch of times:
"Then I heard every creature in heaven and on earth and under the earth and on the sea, and all that is in them, saying: 'To him who sits on the throne and to the Lamb be praise and honor and glory and power, for ever and ever!'” - Revelation 5:13