North End Crossing

Barn Activities

» Ready for Breakfast?

...Not until we gather the eggs, milk the cow, and slop the hogs!

» Meet King, Maude and Duder

A real international mix -- Belgian King, Percheron Maude and Black Clydesdale Duder.  For now King will do all the work while the other two just watch and learn.  Twenty plus and counting, King still trots out with the buckboard or sleigh in tow, waiting to give any guest a ride through and around Flora, or take you to a local parade.

You can read the journal for an update on all our animal family.

» Blacksmith Shop

Wagons Ho!

Dan’s “Smithy” is located right in front of the house for now.  He will work the equipment over for the draft horses, forge the grill work for the banisters, and provide more metal work for the Bed and Breakfast.  Usually on weekends, at times during the week, he will fire up the forge to make hooks, work on one of his projects or just to show you how to do it yourself.  However, he cannot always work the forge-- wind and fire hazard have to be considered.

Fixing the Barn

» On the Stage and Comin' Round the Bend

The old Conklin wagon (pictured above) will once again carry people along the trail, seeing the north end sights by walking or riding.

Travelers along the north end trail will spend the night under the stars after a Dutch oven dinner and singing around the campfire. Look for this and other old time activities in the future.

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