The Coombe Mill Feed Run

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  1. I love reading about Coombe Mill from someone else’s perspective. Your girls are always a delight to have on the farm, so well behaved, polite and respectful of the animals and yet thankfully not too questioning. I did laugh out loud at the Dr Who analogy for the deer, that’s such a good way to put it! I think I like chewpacas and maccapacas better than Toffee and Caramel, if we have any more alpaca that will be their names!

    Thank you for sharing your experience of Coombe Mill on #CountryKids

    • stoppingattwo says:

      They can’t wait until next Easter. At least once a week Emily is asking if we are going to Coombe Mill today.

  2. Anne says:

    I can understand why the feed run is a favourite part of your stay at Coombe Mill, your photos are beautiful and it all looks so much fun. I’m glad the little lamb made it.

  3. Sonia Cave says:

    So relieved the little lamb made it. I might just have to return to the UK with the sole purpose of holidaying here as it looks amazing and I know my trio would love it #countrykidsfun

  4. Claire says:

    The feed runs and activity hour always sound amazing #countrykids

  5. Oh that lamb is so cute! I love its markings. This sounds like a fab activity although I’m more a sunny Fair weather person so would probably not want to do it at the winter. Monkey would love it regardless! #CountryKids

    • stoppingattwo says:

      It was wonderful at this time of year, but it is different at Christmas. The train ride through the grotto then is magical.

  6. Gorgeous photos of all the farm animals, the feed run sounds like such a wonderful activity.

  7. Kara says:

    The feed run was always our highlight too, plus saving the scraps to give to Sally and her piglets

  8. Helena says:

    I love the fact there were familiar bits and you got to have cuddles with chickens. As a child I recall the bantams we owned and me putting them on my shoulders as if they were parrots. #CountryKids

    • stoppingattwo says:

      I love the idea of a bantam parrot – that is next on my list of things to do before I die!

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