Waldorf School Farm in Spring

School Farm

I’ve been so busy that I’ve not had a lot of time to write lately. But while I’ve been working, spring has sprung! I did sneak away with Asher last week to visit the Sacramento Waldorf School farm in the late afternoon.

My Four-Year-Old Wunderkind

We wanted to see the black butterflies on the yellow flowers …

School Farm: Pyramid Greenhouse

the seedlings in the pyramid greenhouse …

Lucky Pony

Princess the pony, grazing by the American River …

Lettuce Growing on School Farm

rows and rows of glowing lettuces …

Princess and Honalea

Honalea, the school cow …


calla lilies growing in the shade …

School's Baby Lambs: Milkshake

Milkshake and Licorice

But most of all, we went to see the baby lambs, Milkshake and Licorice. Asher says, “They are a-DOH-able.”

Happy spring!

One Response to “Waldorf School Farm in Spring”

  • Christine Natale
    April 8, 2011 at 3:39 am

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