|This was my favorite house of all of them.|
It is sitting in the woods and I just fell in love with it.
|I was not as close to them as it looks. |
I just have a good camera.
|They seemed like a young couple and they were working very hard.|
|I LOVE this picture!|
|The rain had held off so I think they came back out to work while they could.|
|My Grands LOVED the goats! |
I loved seeing the people and they LOVED the goats!!!
|They are so cute!|
|I was told that all of their gardens are constantly watered with rain water stored in a tank.|
They also told me that all the gardens have plastic between the rows except the corn.
|I LOVE this picture too!|
Why did the chicken cross the road?
|Is this not gorgeous? |
Can you see that little thing at the top over toward the left?
What is it? We all think it was a hummingbird?
Do you know?
Guess what? There is going to be a Part 4!!!!
TODAY I AM THANKFUL THAT........ This too shall pass!
And the peace of God, which passeth all understanding,
shall keep your hearts and minds through Christ Jesus.
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I have had many ask where this place is located so here is the info that I have.
Delano Community Farm Market
146 Needle Eye Lane
Delano, TN 37325
Open Mid April thru October
A Christian community of 18 families on 400 acres, growing a wide range of vegetables from Asparagus to Zucchini, picked and brought to our on-farm market daily.
The market also sells homemade breads, cookies, jams, jellies, honey, soaps, etc. Every September sorghum molasses are cooked the old fashioned way. All farming is done with horse-drawn equipment and lots of hand labor.
Directions: Traveling I-75, take Exit 49 (Athens); go East on Hwy 30 to Etowah; turn right on Hwy 411; go 7 miles and turn right on Delano Road. Follow the signs....
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