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Mornings at Trillium---whispering breezes in the pine trees, rustling leaves of oaks and maples, and the sounds of songbirds. There are acres of woods and fields to explore in any season. While strolling over the hills, much wildlife can be observed. Early in April and until the first frost in autumn, there are numerous seasonal wildflowers blooming in profusion. Early spring and late fall bring the sounds of the seasonal migrations of geese, ducks and songbirds. In the winter, the sharp contrast of the snow makes it is easier to spot foxes, coyotes, wild turkeys, deer, pheasants, eagles, rabbits and other wildlife.
Our original idea in the early 1980s was to share our farm with others. Families enjoy spending time here because fewer and fewer people have relatives on farms. Finding opportunities to share rural life with the next generation has become increasingly difficult for most people.
The human need to renew contact with the natural world is one of the reasons guests return again and again. Exploring the woods and fields, and the opportunities to view wildlife are some of the reasons many people like to “spend time on the farm”.