Fishermen's Wharf Resort and Toucan's Bar & Restaurant
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Hinckley's name in the Ojibwe language is Gaa-zhiigwanaabikokaag, meaning "the place abundant with grindstones" due to ...
My last day on the farm! It started with the chicken chores, then I helped harvest for the vegetable box delivery to Cambridge and then also started taking out the bok choy and the womboks. Well, all the ones that had bolted anyway! Ran into a couple of snakes as well... Blah they just startle you cause they're always hiding in the rows of vegetables and then you put your hand down to grab one out of the ground and RAH! ...
... deliveries and that took a good 45 minutes... Once we sent Deb off on her way I went and did the chicken chores! Water filling, giving them some scraps, and then collecting the eggs! Because I didn't collect any yesterday, in total there were 30 eggs! Yeah! Go girls!! Lay them eggs!! :) I never get bored of watching them run up to me when I have food to give them. The way the run is just so hilarious. It took me a good hour and a bit to finish up all my chicken and ...
... of the farm as well! Met some of the dairy cows, then got to see where they got milked and how it was transferred to the different parts of the barn and then got to pet some of the baby calves! Nawwww they were adorable! And we also saw some cats and kittens who had been born quite recently I think... They were TINY! And oh so cute! They are small enough to slide into a pocket of your sweater! Our last stop was getting to look at the milk that had been milked the day before or just ...
... but that was intense! I then did the chicken chores and then later on in the evening Jim weed whacked the rows where we had flagged so he wouldn't run over the asparagus and rhubarb and then we went through the rows and picked up as much of the torn up weeds as possible. That was another grizzly task but as always, hard work pays off and it was really rewarding to see the difference! It looks so ...