Your Christmas tree has served its purpose and probably starting to dry out. You could put that tree out of its misery and get something in return this New Year's Eve. A local brewery is holding a giant bonfire.
Here's a fun and unique summer camp for your kids. It's hosted by Indian Ladder Farms in Altamont. There are a variety of activities that your kids would love to learn on a working farm. It's called Barn School and there are all different types of jobs and fun on the farm.
We had a cute and cuddly day at Indian Ladder Farms for their Baby Animal Days. My 10-year-old son, Ryan really enjoyed interacting with all of the baby animals and I have to admit, so did I. We were able to hold the fuzzy ducklings, a baby goat, feed the chickens, hold a sleepy hen, see a spotted calf, and even pet a donkey. I recommend going even if you don't have kids. Indian Ladder Baby Animal Days runs through May 9th.
I'm a co-parenting dad of my soon to be 3-year-old son named Brody. He's an awesome little dude that is always up for a new adventure andI do my best to keep his inquisitive little brain active. In this series of blogs, I'll let you know my thoughts (and Brody's of course) of the various local places we've gone and or activities we've tried. I'll try to keep these blogs short and to the point, be