Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Flying Cow Ranch - Double 10 Day

Today was a holiday in Taiwan.  Little N's school decided to do a school event with all the families and students.  We went to the Flying Cow Ranch.  It was pretty amazing we had 16 buses that took us from Little N's school to the ranch.  We weren't exactly sure what we were going to expect when we arrived there but it was a really nice place.  It was what we would consider a little hobby ranch - they raised goats, cows, chickens, sheep, etc.  Plus they had lots of green grass that you could have a picnic, run and play games or just relax on.  We enjoyed out time there.  They also had DIY (Do it yourself) stuff which we had signed our kids up for but as we were walking and exploring we lost track of time so we missed our schedule time.  The nice thing about the Flying Cow Ranch is there was some areas where you could go camping, you could stay in a hotel and just enjoy the nature and feel like you were out of the city.  I definitely see our family coming back here.
We had activities to do while we were on the bus, singing songs (to get a special treat) and listening to songs!   The kids had fun playing on the grass thankfully not that many grass stains on their clothes.
 The top two pictures were of Little N's classmates who were able to go on the trip.  We enjoyed the time at the ranch but just found it ironic at times that people would pay to come to a ranch to pay to see the cows, the horses, the sheep, the chickens and rabbits, etc.  When we were in Cooperstown we were able to see these type animals for free when we drove in the country side or visited our friends.  The boys had a blast feeding the animals though.
 Little M had a little friend that just wanted to pick him up all the time for Little N's class.  Her mom is Japanese and so she speaks Japanese and Mandarin.  So it was fun for John to speak a little Japanese to her and for her to respond.  We enjoyed the butterfly garden and there were so many wonderful things to look at!
 Hopefully we can come back again someday. We had fun!

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