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For the third year in a row, we cut our own Christmas tree at Day Star Farm in Leesburg. First we did the traditional finding of the Candy Cane Tree, and then we found the tree we would cut and … Continue reading
Yesterday, to celebrate the National Park Service’s 100th Birthday, I pulled up the NPS website and told the kids to pick a park to visit. Living near Washington, D.C. as we do, there are many national parks within an easy … Continue reading
On this very busy weekend, we made time for a stop at the Loudoun Heritage Farm Museum. While the kids did their secret shopping, I took a few pictures.