🏃 Those that know me know that I don’t care much for traditional cardio training. However, recently I began running for 15-40 min on 2-3 days per week. I did this because I wanted to build resilience and attack a thing I currently suck at (running). I also started decreasing the rest intervals between my strength training sets. ————————————————————————👨🏼🌾 Today I helped pack nearly a thousand 50 pound hay bales while barely breaking a sweat. Moral of the story is that if you train hard and train things you suck at, then stuff that would be hard for most people doesn’t seem that hard anymore. Think of your training as building resilience for your everyday life! ———————————————————————— I really just wanted to show everybody the maroon and orange hay wagon. Go Hokies!! 🦃
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Time slots to make a reservation to come see the farm this week are LIVE! For those of you who feel comfortable and ready to get out of your house, you can reserve a time to get some fresh air, shop the market, and come see the animals!! The link to reserve your spot is in our bio!
To ensure everyone can maintain proper social distancing, the total number of visitors will be limited. We also ask that you do not make reservations for individual groups larger than 10. You MUST have a reservation to visit the farm.
Admission is $9 for everyone 2 and older, under 2 there is no charge. This includes pony rides, a horse drawn hayride, and visiting the farm and all of the animals. Reservations are rain or shine. Do the the very limited number of available slots, no refunds or reschedules.
Please pre-order all of the farm goodies you like! Select items (apples, honey, and popcorn) will also be available for purchase at the time of your visit. Additional details by item in our square store (link in bio). While we have taken steps to ensure the safety of all visitors, we ask for your help and understanding as we continue to make adjustments to accommodate customers on the farm. For those of you not yet ready to come out, we can’t wait to see you for all of the fun new things we have planned later in the summer!
Open hours this week will be on Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday (June 4,5,6, & 7)
3 461 June, 2020
..... my #dad is an #honoraryconsular and gets invited to lots of parties and events..... he took me to the #honoraryconsular of nepal’s second #mansion where he roasted a pig on a spit and hired a band..... then all of the guests went on a #hayride through his strawberry garden.....!!! he has over 20 acres..... he is also an attorney
Indulging in some fun farm projects with our extra time, like restoring two 1940’s Ford tractors that have been rusting away in one of our barns. The 8N is all cleaned up and ready for hayrides (picture 1) and the 9N is awaiting a new paint job (picture 2 & 3). The Ford N-series tractors were a line of farm tractors produced by Ford between 1939 and 1952, spanning the 9N, 2N, and 8N models. The 9N was the first American-made production model tractor to incorporate Harry Ferguson’s three-point hitch system, a design still used on most modern tractors today.
If your in town or live nearby tomorrow "Memorial Day" is the last day for the Hendersonville Garden Jubilee we got a chance to check out Jeter Mountain Farm and were very impressed with the Apple Donuts, and delicious Apple Cider. There are food trucks there, vendors, and a hay ride!! In the Summer and Fall they have U-Pick for Apples and Peaches and I believe berries. 411 beautiful acres up on Jeter Mountain in Hendersonville.
In honor of our 25th Anniversary, we’re celebrating #WayBackWednesday here at @campteresitapines with a throwback of our Founding Board President of Lions Camp at Teresita Pines (now Emeritus), Matt Hunyadi (front left) on a hayride tour of Camp! 🚜 🎉
He will be recognized at our 25th Anniversary Gala this November! ✨