The American Heritage Center in Logan is a working 1917 farm. As we walked through the farm we were able to see the Summer Kitchen - inside the volunteers were dying Easter eggs; only with natural dyes such as blueberries and raspberries. The main house was tiny but really awesome! I loved it! In the kitchen the volunteers were baking bread. In the living room a couple of grandmothers were tatting; a craft Joseph and I want to take up. Well, Joseph has already learned how to tat, I just need to catch up with him. Macsen was most taken with the black smith shop; what little boy doesn't like fire and molten hot metal?
Everyone loved the baby animals! I knew when we got to the bunnies we would have a hard time walking away without one or two and I was right.... We have a new bunny Krista named Chocolate, because he has a few brown spots around his eyes and mouth. We are bunny sitting a bunny for my mom my niece Sharill named Kisses. My mom wants to have a bunny at her house for the grandchildren to play with when they go to her house to play. However, I don't think we're going to be able to separate Choco (I call Chocolate, Choco because it sounds a bit more manly) and Kisses.
Here are some photos of our wonderful children enjoying sweet baby animals!