Hyde Park Tours
Llama/Alpaca Hike and Farm Tour
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Llama/Alpaca Hike and Farm Tour

By Clover Brooke Farm Llama Alpaca Hikes
Recommended by 94% of travellers
94% of reviewers gave this product a bubble rating of 4 or higher.
About
Your visit will begin with a brief tour of our farm and introductions to some of our smaller friends (i.e pygora goats, sheep and overly friendly barn cats ) with a short story of our 1850 homestead located in The Historic Hudson Valley on 25 bucolic acres . Followed by Llama/Alpaca 101 and why these soft and fluffy critters are the new Unicorn of animals. We will cover basic safety rules and answer any questions before we begin our trek. We will guide your Llama/Alpaca trek through gentle pastures, paddocks, past a stocked Bass pond and encourage Llama/Alpaca Selfies along the way. You will experience a walking and working Fiber Farm tour amongst our 25 bucolic pastured acres. Our hope is that this tour will allow you to reconnect with a quieter side of life, one that allows for relaxation, warm and welcoming animal encounters and a country stroll through our pastures allowing a reconnection to nature.
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Ages 8-100, max of 8 per group
Duration: 1h 30m
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Live guide: English
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  • Bottled water
  • Entry/Admission - Clover Brooke Farm Llama Alpaca Hikes
What's not included
  • No Public Restrooms, only outdoor facility, No Pets and all participants must be 8 yrs and older


Start:
  • 175 Ruskey Ln, Hyde Park, NY 12538, USA
    We will meet in the parking lot in front of the Farm Store at the time of your scheduled tour.
End:This activity ends back at the meeting point.

    • Wheelchair accessible
    • Pushchair accessible
    • Transportation is wheelchair accessible
    If you have questions about accessibility, we’d be happy to help. Just call the number below and reference the product code: 174824P1

    • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
    • Travellers should have a moderate physical fitness level
    • Not recommended for travelers who have difficulty walking 1 mile and on uneven terrain.
    • This experience requires good weather. If it’s cancelled due to poor weather, you’ll be offered a different date or a full refund
    • This experience requires a minimum number of travellers. If it’s cancelled because the minimum isn’t met, you’ll be offered a different date/experience or a full refund
    • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 8 travellers

    • For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.

    If you have questions about this tour or need help making your booking, we’d be happy to help. Just call the number below and reference the product code: 174824P1

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    • 175 Ruskey Ln, Hyde Park, NY 12538, USA
      We will meet in the parking lot in front of the Farm Store at the time of your scheduled tour.
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      Your visit will begin with a brief tour of our farm and introductions to some of our smaller friends (i.e. chickens, rabbits, ducks, overly friendly barn cats ) with a short story of our 1850 homestead located in The Historic Hudson Valley on 25 bucolic acres . Next, Introduction to Llama/Alpaca 101 and why these soft and fluffy critters are the new Unicorn of animals. We will cover basic safety rules and answer any questions before we begin our trek. We will guide your Llama/Alpaca trek through gentle pastures, paddocks, past a stocked Bass pond and encourage Llama/Alpaca Selfies along the way. We hope to leave you a few minutes at the end to stop by the Farm Store and find a special farm memento. Please note that high heels and flip flops are not encouraged and bug spray is recommended. This experience is for ages 8yrs and older.
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    • Clover Brooke Farm Llama Alpaca Hikes
      133
      Hyde Park, United States
      Joined in May 2019
    • Verovee
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      5.0 of 5 bubbles
      Meet the llamas. Dress warmly.
      We did a farm tour only. We were with our five year old who was being a bit fussy because she was cold. But even in her mood she admitted the alpacas were beautiful. The farm itself is lovely and the animals are friendly. The donkeys are especially adorable. All the animals were very tolerant of people petting and scratching them. The only disappointments were that the tour felt a little short (and we stayed pretty much in the same spot the whole time) and we didn’t visit the sheep or get to see the bunnies. The tour guide was patient with my many questions and was knowledgeable. The gift shop has some nice woolen goods made from the wool of the farm animals and some stuffed toys. It was Mid range (fairly reasonable) expensive. If tempted by a hat you may want to try it on. I didn’t want to try it on but now I have very nice, warm, but too small hat. If you’re going in late fall as we did note that it gets cold in the field. Dress in layers!
      Written 25 November 2023
    • 103dmitrig
      0 contributions
      5.0 of 5 bubbles
      Wonderful experience!
      Wonderful experience! We spent an hour outdoors walking the grounds of the farm in the company of two adorable donkeys, Lee and Joy. In the process, thanks to our lovely guide Mayerly, we learned a lot about the farm in general and about its animals. The owners are doing an exception job, and Mayerly's enthusiasm was truly contagious. Highly recommend to people of all ages!
      Written 20 November 2023
    • Lynn R
      0 contributions
      5.0 of 5 bubbles
      Fun fall day.
      We had a wonderful time walking the two donkeys — they were really friendly and even let a young kid lead them! The animals at the farm were really well-cared for and look happy, and Mike was a great tour guide.
      Written 29 October 2023
    • 774cynthiae
      0 contributions
      5.0 of 5 bubbles
      Fun
      My friends and I had so much fun walking our Llama and Alpacas. Hal is my new bestie. Thanks Andrea!
      Written 24 October 2023
    • Lisa K
      0 contributions
      5.0 of 5 bubbles
      Educational and fun!
      Retired educator teaches farm history and fun facts about mini donkeys, alpacas, goats, and llamas. After pasture talk and petting time, you are paired with an animal for an hour guided group hike. Wear sturdy shoes and be prepared for uneven ground. Wraps up with water stop in farm store. Would definitely recommend!
      Written 12 October 2023
    • mrkrother
      0 contributions
      5.0 of 5 bubbles
      Fun with Donkeys
      When we arrived the other guests had canceled so we each got to walk our own donkey. The guide was very informative and answered all our questions. We very much enjoyed our walk with the donkey
      Written 12 September 2023
    • N4006MDjenniferm
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      5.0 of 5 bubbles
      Walking a donkey is a must!
      We walked a donkey…Lee and Joy are adorable! Mike was a great guide, it was a nice walk around the property and the gift shop is awesome (they gave us free “walked a donkey pins and water)!
      Written 3 September 2023
    • scottsK6976IP
      0 contributions
      1.0 of 5 bubbles
      Not as warm and fuzzy as advertised
      Very poor experience. I am not sure what we paid for. We bought tickets for the warm and fuzzy small animal experience. It was $25 each for everyone including a 2 year and 3 year old. Super unorganized. We had to hike across a poorly managed field back and forth in 90 degree heat to see 4 animals. Our guide had no experience with children as he was shouting at them for wandering around the field and wanting to pet the animals. We sat with caged bunnies for 35 of the 60 minutes. We were told we were not allowed to feed any animals at this farm. A chicken was present in our tour but in a cat carrier box, and could only be viewed through the cage. There are lots more affordable farms out there that offer way more for the children, a lot are free! Don’t waste your time or money if you have small children.
      Written 7 August 2023
    • elisabethbI2805FB
      0 contributions
      5.0 of 5 bubbles
      Fun with Soap-Making
      I attended a soap-making workshop that Andrea led on August 4th. It was fun! She did a great job of explaining the whole process, provided all needed materials for both the batch of soap we made in class and for future batches, and led us through the process of making the soap. I ended up with lovely bars of lavender soap that are now "curing." Great experience!
      Written 6 August 2023
    • ImaBlueman
      0 contributions
      5.0 of 5 bubbles
      An excellent experience
      Wonderful Visit to the farm where you can visit with the animals, learn about the history of the homestead, and select the type of tour you we prefer. In our case, we took the Llama / Alpaca walking tour which was very nice. I should note my wife and I actually have a small play farm with bunnies, cats, and 2 horses, but still really enjoyed visiting other animals and visiting another family's farm. It is a relaxing and enjoyable was to spend around 2 hours.
      Written 14 May 2023
    • annegF4092SW
      0 contributions
      5.0 of 5 bubbles
      Incredible afternoon!
      This was a wonderful experience. The owner is knowledgeable, kind, and enthusiastic. The hike is the perfect length to get to know your llama or alpaca, and the time visiting the other animals on the farm was lovely. I highly recommend this farm!
      Written 18 March 2023
    • Oyku2023
      0 contributions
      5.0 of 5 bubbles
      Farm yiu must visit
      This is an amazing farm full of loving animals and people. This was our s second trip and looking forward to going back again. If you are looking for a family day out with nature, you must visit this location.
      Written 12 March 2023
    • ccc2698
      0 contributions
      5.0 of 5 bubbles
      Loving the Hike with a Llama!
      The interaction with the animals was so much fun. We took two tweens that are special needs kids. One was over the top with interest and the other so so. Most of the tour was adults who were interested in this 1st gen farmer, Andrea. I was glad they were involved with 4H club, internships and local colleges. We enjoyed learning about fibers coming from the different animals. The tour/hike is outside so dress appropriately. I wore hiking shoes and I was glad as it rained recently. This is a feel good experience.
      Written 28 November 2022
    • DFool2601
      0 contributions
      5.0 of 5 bubbles
      Aweome Time!
      Had a wonderful time on our goat walk. My wife had Mallory and I had Lima and they were both absolutely adorable...I can't recommend this time with the goats enough. The daughter of the owners was our guide and she was so knowledgeable and truly loves the animals. We will go back in the spring for sure!!!
      Written 21 November 2022
    • 755noellec
      0 contributions
      5.0 of 5 bubbles
      Unique and Amazing Experience
      My husband and I had the great pleasure of taking some goats for walk. What an amazing and unique experience. We had a great time. Beautiful walk, scenery and so much fun!!!
      Written 31 October 2022
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    Sarah H
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    3.0 of 5 bubbles
    Jan 2021 • Couples
    Today my boyfriend and I attended a alpaca and llama hike here at the farm. I am grateful for the experience we had during this crazy pandemic although was slightly disappointed today. I do want to address both the pros and cons to my experience.

    To start with the cons : we were not greeted upon arrival which I felt a little weird that we were not checked in or said hello too. We walked up to the farm stand and sorta awkwardly waited. The girl who never told us her name or could not figure out who was going to do the tour. Finally she said we had to wait a bit for the others to show. (So we figured out who was doing the tour at this point) Anyways, it felt very rushed. Online it says it is an hour and a half. We were only there for 45 mins including the entire experience. The intern rushed through telling us the names of the animals and information without being clear. (I think for some people who do not know a lot about the animals I was more interested in learning about them but that did not happen). We asked a few questions and the intern did not know a few that I felt were basic questions. I do not want to bash the girl who hosted the tour but she did not really seem enthusiastic or passionate about talking about them. (Perhaps she isn't getting paid ? And didn't feel to put the effort into talking about it.? Not quite sure. My last con is that way expensive for 2 people. $86 for 45 mins alittle disappointing. - I think it should have been taken alittle more seriously for that price, or professionally ?

    Pros: I definitely enjoyed walking with the Llamas / alpacas. It was something to do in the Hudson Valley that is very different and something to do in the pandemic. I only am 45 mins away. Would I travel more then 45 mins , no. But if you are a local then I would go. I have heard great things about the owner Andrea, perhaps having her as the tour guide would have changed the experience? Maybe, and I would hope so. Seeing the Animals made me smile and the hike was good exercise too!

    I give it a 3 star fairly not to bash their farm or anything like that , just an honest review.
    Written 11 January 2021
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    Thank You Sarah for your review and will take into consideration your comments to make sure everyones experience at the farm is the best. We are a teaching farm for young people looking to learn about Agricultural Practices and Agritourism and at times we need to refresh their skill sets with proper methods when running a successful tour.
    Written 12 January 2021
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    hrskevin
    Boston, MA32 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Sept 2020
    I had seen llamas and alpacas before but this was the first time that I interacted with them. Walking them on their beautiful farm was awesome. The guide (one of the farm owners) was very warm, knowledgeable, and interesting, I learned alot about the animals which also included sheep, goats, and "guard" cows. I would definitely go back.
    Written 16 October 2020
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    Thank You for your kind review and look forward to welcoming you back for a new adventure.
    Written 19 October 2020
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    J2wear
    New York City, NY15 contributions
    1.0 of 5 bubbles
    Dec 2021
    Hi, I booked an alpaca hike and was so excited to go. Unfortunately after driving 3 hours to reach this farm, I went to the location listed on Google Maps that is in Pawling NY which is 45 mins away from this location!!! When I called them stating this, the lady giving the hike was extremely rude and told me it is not HER problem that HER business location on google maps is wrong. I mean I planned out the entire Christmas break AROUND THIS hike and just for her to tell me sorry don't brother coming? She even told me I read the google maps wrong because the other clover brook farm is under a different name, see attached screen shot. It even has PICTURES of alpacas on it. I am sure I am not the first customer to get the location wrong.

    Complete waste of a trip and the entire day of driving. Do not assume their address on Google maps is the same as the address on their website, it is not!

    At the very least I would need a full refund, not to mention I brought all the proper footwear just for this hike.
    Written 27 December 2021
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    Judy, Apologies you drove to the wrong farm that is not associated or affiliated with Clover Brooke Farm, Hyde Park, NY. I understand that this error was very frustrating and disappointing for your family. In your review, you ‘again’ misspell the name of our farm which is possibly why you were confused and drove to another town. It’s unfortunate you did not read all the materials and emails sent to you from Clover Brooke Farm, Hyde Park NY, upon registering for the hike and not refer to the reminder email sent to you 24 hours before your hike, providing you with the address of Clover Brooke Farm, Hyde Park. Making every attempt in all our materials to remind visitors we are located on Hyde Park, NY. We also send a separate email to all registrants providing our address for assistance of 175 Ruskey Ln Hyde Park at which point you would’ve noticed you were driving to the wrong farm (as pictured on your Google screen shot above showing Pawling NY). For those of you reading this review….it is always wise to check your directions in your GPS and compare against the organizations website material so you don’t end up like Judy and drive to an unknown farm in New York. One last note— when you enter into Google the ‘correct’ farm name -Clover Brooke Farm…it directs you to the ‘correct’ address 175 Ruskey Ln, Hyde Park, NY…so Google is correct….in Judy’s case, users error.
    Written 27 December 2021
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    Sarah D
    1 contribution
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Oct 2021
    Myself and 7 of my friends had the most amazing experience this past weekend during our farm tour and llama/alpaca hike. We had the pleasure of having the very lovely Dawson as our guide - the passion, knowledge, and love he had for the farm and for the animals were so evident and very inspiring. I cannot stress enough how much we enjoyed his tour and appreciated all of the information (and laughs) he provided. Sunday the sheep, Remy the alpaca and Percy the llama were the true stars of the day! The property was beautiful and the hike was the perfect length. I will absolutely be coming back soon and recommend this place to anyone who has an appreciation for animals and nature. Thank you Clover Brooke Farm and thank you Dawson for a very memorable day!
    Written 11 October 2021
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    Thank You Sarah for your kind review and special recognition of Dawson our Intern. He works hard at welcoming our visitors and as you experienced, keeping the tour lively with animal factoids and whimsical jokes.The animals are the ‘icing on the cake’ and know they bring happiness and provide for great memories. We hope you’ll group will have an opportunity visit again.
    Written 12 October 2021
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    Wow Q
    1 contribution
    2.0 of 5 bubbles
    Oct 2023 • Couples
    llama/alpaca walk

    pros:animals were very friendly and sweet! some were soft. beautiful scenery and something fun to do. educational

    cons:
    andrya was quite rude. didn’t greet us even when we came inside to check in. kept trying to force adults to pay attention to her when they were clearly disinterested. very demeaning tone to certain ppl when asking questions. one moment everyone noticed an alpaca doing something funny and wanted to stop and watch and had questions and she fully ignored us and spoke over ppl to tell us to follow her to the front where the other llamas were.
    the forced history lesson of the farm was uncomfortable given the concept of owning land and farming in this country in the 1800s but i digress. i would have preferred that time being used to tell the group more about how to handle the animals to avoid her rude outbursts towards people making mistakes.
    definitely could be cheaper considering how long the hike actually is but would consider taking my friends on her day off

    Written 23 October 2023
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    Thank You for your review. We enjoy sharing our Llamas and Alpacas with our visitors and feel giving past history of the farms 175 yrs history of dairy farming to understanding the changes that one sees currently at our fiber farm. Farming practices have tremendously advanced, allowing farmers to be more successful on smaller plots of land, while stewarding preservation for future farmers. We look forward to welcoming you back with your friends in the future.
    Written 27 October 2023
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    Taramoran444
    6 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Feb 2020 • Family
    I took my 2 sons, ages 14 and 12 on the alpaca and llama hike. I am so happy that we did because it was an amazing experience. We bonded with the animals, we walked and talked with an amazing and inspiring family, and learned quite a bit during our time with them. If you are a parent with teens, I strongly recommend bringing them on one of these trips...Some good, healthy fun in nature away from technology. My boys really enjoyed it.
    Written 24 February 2020
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    Thank You for your thoughtful and kind review and hope we are you again at the farm. Best, Andrea
    Written 29 May 2020
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    Jenni M
    18 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Jun 2022 • Couples
    From beginning to end my trip was awesome! I was greeted by a gray cat Cricket who let me rub her belly. She was a great start! The owner Andrea had everything you needed before your hike; wipes, hand sanitizer, bug spray. Andrea showed us around her farm and we got to meet the goats, a sheep, some llamas and alpacas. Her animals love her and it shows! They fly to her and are almost like a dog asking for attention and head rubs. It was too cute! The llama/alpaca hike was GREAT! I got Percy who was the leader of our group during the hike. He was really great to hike with. When we took photos I felt that the llamas were professionals at posing. The area she has you pose is PERFECT for a really good shot! I had such a good time, learned a lot and honestly wish I lived closer so I could try every activity!
    Written 7 June 2022
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    Thank You Jenni for your kind review. Such a warm review and hope others enjoy the time you took paying attention to the details….we are always happy to share the love we have for our animals. Hope you’ll have an opportunity to visit again.
    Written 10 June 2022
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    HUGH J
    3 contributions
    1.0 of 5 bubbles
    Sept 2022 • Couples
    Bussiness opened up later than listed online. We were met by a very rude woman who was upset we didnt schedule an appointment beforehand. Although, the website does not state its by appoinment only We also had a few questions concerning the activities. Her response was dismissive and made us feel unwelcomed. She automatically assumed we knew the protocol. The website does not state what particular activities are available on what days.That woman needs to work on her customer service ettiquette. This experience took away our ambition to even purchase tickets with them. I am not going to support unproffessional customer service. The drive there isnt around the corner from visitors . They should consider updating their website rather than assume their customers know the booking protocol. We ended up going to Lilymoore alpaca farm 24 minutes away with NO APPOINMENT. We booked a tour with no problem what so ever.
    Written 23 September 2022
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    My apologies ... and will take a look at my material to better highlight that all visits to the farm are by appointment only. As a small farm with limited staff, I wish we could accommodate both walk ins and extra tours times, however time outside of preset tour times, are reserved to manage our rescue farm as we are focused on our animals health and well being, along with making sure our hike times are scheduled in advance so we an plan accordingly. Because everyone books in advance, we had no availability for walks ins, as all spots were all booked online weeks in advance by visitors. We hope you'll consider visiting again and please note, as seen on our website- Book Now highlighted buttons at the bottom of each Experience page, is where you can both see availability for future tours and making reservations. You can also book directly from Google (where you found our phone number) noted under 'Hours' is the 'Appointments' link.
    Written 24 September 2022
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    tonyphoo
    Guttenberg, NJ38 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Jan 2021
    My family and I did the llama/alpaca hike.

    First off communication was excellent with the farm. I planned on going on a day they were not normally open according to the calendar. I called and spoke with Andrea who opened up the calendar and accommodated us. One of my kids was apprehensive about getting their own animal so we booked him the sharing option. Prior to our appointment an email was sent out to advising us that conditions were going to be extra muddy and to prepare for it.

    Arrival was awkward as another reviewer mentioned because no one was there to greet. Unless you count Cricket the cat! There should at least be a sign.

    Andrea was a former educator and it shows. Prior to your hike you get a brief overview of her background, the farm and the animals. My wife and I enjoyed it as it was well presented and informative. However my kids were chomping at the bits to see their new friends for the day.

    The hike consists of getting your own animal which you lead with a leash. They are very docile and friendly and follow instructions well. Even when taking pictures! You walk through their farm, onto a hilly trail and then through a flat wooded trail back to farm. It's not very long or strenuous. But it was very muddy at times due to previous days rains.

    Overall it was very fun and unique. My 10 year old daughter was super happy and that made it worth it.
    Written 20 January 2021
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    Thank You for your kind review and appreciate your efforts sharing your experience with others. Hope you’ll have an opportunity to visit again.
    Written 20 January 2021
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    Hannah8902
    New York City, NY2 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Such a fun day! My husband and I drove up from queens for a day in the Hudson valley. I had this on my bucket list for a while and I’m so glad we finally came around to doing it.
    Andrea, the owner lead our tour and she was great. It was awesome to learn about the history of the farm, learn about the other animals there and so on. During the tour we got to hang in a field of baby goats and just enjoy the moment.
    The llama/alpaca experience was so fun. My husband and I opted for our own buddy each. I got Remy the alpaca and he got Percy the llama. The animals are so gentle and it’s so nice to walk through the woods with them. We stopped on the top of a hill to take some pictures which was so nice!
    The walk itself was around 30 mins I think.
    A few things to note for your visit:
    -no bathroom, but they do have a composting toilet (think outhouse type). I used it and I thought it was fine and clean
    -arrive only a few mins before or right on time. There isn’t much to explore on your own before the tour starts

    Overall great experience, thanks again! :)
    Written 24 April 2021
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    Thank You Hannah for your kind review and so happy to hear of your fun day at the farm with Percy and Remy. We hope you’ll have an opportunity to visit again!
    Written 24 April 2021
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