A while back, Oak Hill Farm came up as part of a discussion on hot honey. Based on some of your comments (looking at you @gracieggg and @gcaggiano) @CurlzNJ and I decided we will be taking a ride up there on Saturday 2/18. Anyone/everyone is welcome to join us. We haven’t decided on an exact time so if something works better for you let me know as we are very flexible.
Well today was the day to “saddle up or shut up”, after I received a text this morning I headed over to the farm to meet my Alapaca. I was scheduled to ride Alpaca Pete the midnight black Alpaca that has been tearing up the field at Alpaca racing tracks around the world and I was here to ride him to the championship!!
Unfortunately during the pre-race jockey weigh in, I was slightly over weight and given I had 30 mins till the starting bell, there was no way I was going to lose the 150lbs I was over weight so the race was cancelled.
Disappointed, my fan club and I headed across the street for a nice “brunch” at Almost Home Across the street.
Before a quick synopsis of lunch - let me say Oak Hill Farm is a nifty place with a coffeehouse and several farm fresh items like honey and maple syrup and lots of kitchen type trinkets. Cool place with goats, alpacas, donkeys and some very busy bee’s.
Pretty cool place and I expect in the spring/summer it’s a cool place for the family! After you get refused service at Nettie’s bring them here!
Well thank you for coming forward to identify yourselves my fellow Ho’s. I did want to take a minute to acknowledge one of us who was unable to join us for lunch, but I did catch a glimpse of at the farm. @gcaggiano Greg, no need to be shy, just come up to us next time, you are always included.