I made the mistake of telling dd we could go visit a farm in the spring without making sure that there were farms around to visit in Indiana. And she's regularly bringing up how she's going to see a sheep and horse and chickens and a cat.
Lots of farms in Indiana, but not many that have a wide variety of animals like that with chances to pet the nicer animals.
Anyway, we'll be going to the zoo in Lafayette that has a barn of various farm animals, but I'd like to get her a more "farmy" experience.
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