The look on Jayda's face was priceless. I think even she could feel the awkwardness.
Hence the emptiness......
Again no one around!
Well we get our food and lets just say it wasn't worth mentioning so we quickly headed over to hop on the train. This was probably the best part of the trip and the only thing worth while going out there to do again. Jayda loved it.
We were waiting for the Engineer to start our ride. I have no clue what she was saying to me but by the look on our faces it must have been something funny.
This is just part of the farm where you can pay to go and pick your own produce and you just pay by the pound I think.
This train was so cool. Jayda's little friend Jonas would've loved it, but she enjoyed it enough for the both of them.
Ok so after all the initial emptiness and shock of the workers, the weird music, and the feeling like we were in a ghost town or bad horror movie we decided that the mood had shifted to Michael Jacksons Neverland Ranch. Does anyone know what I'm talking about? K so I guess at Michael Jacksons house he has all these rides like you'd see at Disneyland or a carnival but since he's gone bankrupt the pictures you see now days of that property look run down with weeds and creepy from all the abandoned rides everywhere. That's EXACTLY what this place looked like. It was kinda sad, but mostly just weird and freaky lol.
NO CLUE what this thing was.
Again no clue.......but there was like some kind of rug and skeleton hand coming out of it.
I took this picture b/c the train was cool made out of wood, but weird again b/c there was no one around to play on it.
We hopped off the train and decided to take Jayda for a walk down to the petting zoo. Once again notice in the picture Chris and Jayda are walking and no one in sight!
This rooster was trying to get Jayda and I so Chris took my camera back and was swatting at it to back up but the dang thing was mean, it didn't back down for a second.
This is the BIGGEST cow I've ever seen. No joke. It was bigger than the full size horse next to it. And Chris's head was only about 6 in. above it's back. My Grandma Jones would've loved him.
Look at the cow again on the left. It was seriously so big.
Just showing how big it was but please don't focus on the big scary pregnant girl.
Almost to the 3!
This carousel was from 1921. I couldn't believe it still ran. There was even one original pig seat that was still on it. Granted it didn't go very fast at all, we had to spread out to evenly distribute the weight for it to go, and it creaked like it was about to die but none the less it was pretty cool and Jayda loved riding "HER" horse.
As we were leaving the lady said come back at Harvest and Festival times!!! I was like, yeah right lady lol but I guess those really are the best times to go. We came home and one of our friends said, "Oh you can't go there for fun unless it's during the Peach Festival or Christmas time, otherwise it's boring" LOL sure would've helped before we had gone out there, but Jayda still had fun and that was all Chris and I cared about. Plus we had our own nice little laugh about it all while we were there so chalk that up for one more memory in the family books.