Plus they have ducks!
They have gumball machines that dispense a handful of dry corn kernels to feed the ducks for a quarter. This can be a bit expensive, especially with a toddler who can't get enough of the splashing action, so this trip I got smart and brought a few bags of my own corn. (Actually I had Melissa smuggle them in!)
Keep the hand flat!
Here Graham seems very serious as he contemplates where his next hand full will be cast-
Another tradition at the cider mill is having Graham's picture taken in front of the height chart. Here he is in 2008-
And 2009! Now that he's standing on his own, you can see how tall he's gotten. Almost 3 feet!
Although he insists it's more...
They also have a few free range chickens running around. Here one visits us while we enjoyed lunch. Who says chickens are dumb? This one scored a few pie crusts for her bravery.
Graham's chicken impersonation, complete with "baak-baak" sounds and frantic wing flapping.
If all this weren't enough, they also have a playground area complete with a small race track for some pedal cars. At the end of this fun slide clip you can see a runaway tractor that narrowly missed our hero. Isn't the Cider Mill exciting?