In the last story, we looked at all the animals of the Nature Reserve,
this story we will be seeing the farmyard and meet the Three Ladies of the Farmyard.
|The Beautiful House stood like a gentle reminder of auld lang syne..|
|...like a beacon of remembrance it withstood countless generations of pioneers and farmers, the men, women, and children who forged and formed our nation.|
|There were Old Tools, used for pressing syrup.|
|And Old Tools for boiling syrup.|
|And Old Tools used for grinding sugar cane to make the syrup.|
|And many other Old Tools with other uses.|
|Barn Uses, |
and Travel Uses
|And like a strong rock, these Three Ladies stood stubbornly and strong.|
|Watching over the farmyard.|
|Standing strong in the midst of storm.|
There was the Old Barn
|Complete with Illustrious Pigeons|
And a General Store
And a Blacksmith's Shop
Where the Duckling Family Rested; all but Papa Duck, who can be seen looking into the Chicken Pen in the background.
And an Outhouse
|Complete with the crescent moon on the door....|
|...and someone inside using it...|
"A little privacy please?"
It was a busy Sunday Afternoon, but a very exciting one. All the Duckling Family were worn out from walking, hungry, and tired, but they were glad they went, for memories made that day were not soon forgotten.