Both the boys were not interested in the food or craft markets, but instead loved the farm. There were many animals to look at and old farm equipment to climb on. We bought a small bag each of feed so the boys could feed the pigs, goats, horses, and emu. The boys had a blast running around burning down their never-ending energy. D and I were looking at the chickens; well I was actually taking pictures of the chickens when I warned him that he may get pecked by one if he keeps putting his fingers through the wire. Sure enough, I hear crying and him shouting out “bad chicken”. Well live and learn, curiosity may not have killed the cat that day, but did leave a red mark on a small finger.
After a good break we got on the road because it looked like a summer storm building and we didn’t want to get caught in it. It seems every time we go through Salmon Arm, BC we get caught in a thunder and lightning storm.