We started off our day at the Heartnut Heritage Festival at Camp Atterbury. Jeff's parents met us there. We went last year and really enjoyed it, so we thought we would go again. There are a lot of Native American exhibits. There are also vendors, a few rides, animals, a train and other fun things to do. This year's festival didn't seem to be as participated in as last year, but we still had a great time. PawPaw had each of the girls get a pony ride, and they also took a train ride, too. It was a great morning before we headed back home for naps.
After the girls took their naps, we headed out to go to The Apple Works. The Apple Works is an apple orchard. The property is beautiful, and there are many fun things for the kids to do there.
The best part, of course, are the fresh apples! Our refrigerator is now stocked with delicious Honeycrisp apples! YUM!
By the time she made her third lap on the pony, she was a pro!
Elaina admiring her ring made out of a nail that she got at the Heartnut Heritage Festival.
They made it to the top of the hay bale stack at The Apple Works!
Emily LOVES animals. She gets real close to them, but then when they start to notice her and move towards her, she gets in this stance. This is her, "Don't you dare touch me!" stance.
Elaina LOVES animals as well, but does not like to get close to them at all. In this picture, she is being a brave big sister for Emily by petting the goat so that Emily isn't scared of it. It was really sweet.
On The Apple Works tractor
Elaina enjoying her delicious Honeycrisp apple!