What to expect on a Coombe Mill feed run

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  1. Coombe Mill says:

    I smiled reading this and looking back on the photos. the girls faces are a picture at the first tractor ride,clearly apprehensive about what was going to happen. How a week changes things, they looked so relaxed after a day or two and really made the most of the whole Coombe Mill experience. It was such a pleasure to watch their enjoyment here and feel their excitement, especially with Christmas in the middle too. I want to turn the clocks back and watch all over again, at least I have your post here to remind me of the fun times they enjoyed.

    • stoppingattwo says:

      It was an amazing holiday, and so good to see the girls increase in confidence as the week progressed. Thank you so much for making our Coombe Mill Christmas so wonderful x

  2. Pinkoddy says:

    Love the feed run – such a magical part of Coombe Mill. Glad you had a great time. So much of this post made me smile. Like the adults wanting a go on the tractor – lol was bad enough all the kids wanting their turn next so much when I went.

    • stoppingattwo says:

      I never thought that I would be looking forward to going out in the pouring rain at 9am every morning in my holiday, but it was great. I would have loved a go on the tractor though – especially the “fast bit”

  3. Karen it looks absolutely wonderful. I too love how the girls faces changed during the week. They clearly loved it. What a fab thing to do for Christmas!

  4. How lovely to spend Christmas at Coombe Mill and the feed runs always sound like so much fun. Looks like you were well prepared with the wellies and puddlesuits and Emily and Freyja certainly look like they were enjoying it all 🙂

  5. Emma T says:

    Brilliant. Sounds like bliss for children. N would be in his element although it would be a busman’s holiday. Happy new year

  6. This looks so good Karen, I really want to go! My kids would love the feed runs too, your two have the cutest looks on their faces! Love the first pic where they are maybe not so sure! Glad you had a lovely time xx

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