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2015-Aug-10 - My next stop was The Irish

The only thing which divided the animal side from the human side was a small amount of dirt floor space. It made me glad to think we don???t have to live like this any longer.

I love my horses and dogs but I don???t really want to share sleeping quarters with them all winter long just for the benefit of heat.

My next stop was Blarney Castle. I was amazed at the very narrow circular stairways in this castle of rock. I have herd many saying about kissing the Blarney Stone and I wanted to actually see what all of this was about so up to the top of the castle I climbed.

While climbing the stairs low and behold don???t I meet and guy from northern New Jersey, my home state. We recognized each others accent and struck up a conversation. It???s such a small world in some ways both of us were on vacation.

Once at the top there was no way in this world I was going to kiss that blarney stone for anyone! You have to lie down, hang over the edge of the castle wall, and kiss the underside on a particular stone. It???s a good idea if you have someone hold your feet and legs so you don???t fall off the edge of the wall. Not for me no way!

My favorite Castle was Kilkenny Castle still in use today and part of it has been turned into a museum for tourist. My next stop was The Irish National Stud Farm and Museum. A fact I found very interesting here was that each of the stallions stalls or boxes as they called them had its own distinctive lantern type roof complete with skylights.

The original owner believed that stars dictated not only our own destiny, but also the destiny of horses. And it was considered very important that the moon and stars should Charlie Whitehurst Titans Jersey exercise their maximum influence on their subjects thus skylights for each stallion were incorporated into the roofs of all stabling he built.
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2015-Aug-10 - Halloween Extravaganza,

pend a day with the kids in New Jersey farm country picking pumpkins, and time permitting, add on a hay ride or a trip to the corn maze. In the fall, the daytime New Jersey countryside becomes a bright landscape, color-quilted with leafy hues and the night time sky is clear and vivid shining stars.

The pumpkin picking season in New Jersey begins as early as September 15, with peak activity from October 1 to October 15, with the season ending on Halloween Day, and on some farms, into early November.

Pick-Your-Own farms vary in the activities they offer, from the farm that offers only pick your own to those that feature a wide range of activities including hay rides, corn mazes, animals, and many Halloween attractions.

A few of the more popular New Jersey fall pumpkin attractions and pumpkin picking farms with fall and Halloween attractions for kids are described here.

The South Jersey Pumpkin Show - Fifth annual affordable family Fall Festival, October 13, 2007, 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM at the Cumberland County Fairgrounds, 3001 Carmel Road, Millville, NJ (856) 765-0118
--Over 150 artists and craftsmen, Professional Fall/Winter Home & Garden Expo, Bluegrass and Country Bands, Largest Grown Pumpkin Weigh Off, Little Miss Pumpkin Show, Halloween Extravaganza, Hay rides, Skillet Toss, Amusement Rides, Scarecrows, truckloads of pumpkins and mums. Pumpkin growers and backyard gardeners from New Jersey and surrounding states are invited to bring their biggest pumpkin to the pumpkin weigh Kendall Wright Jersey off at noon. The first 200 kids to the pumpkin show will receive free pumpkins. $3 general admission and kids under six are admitted free.

Here is a list of New Jersey's best pumpkin picking farms with activities for kids. Please call ahead to confirm activity schedule and get your travel directions.
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2015-Aug-10 - weekends in September

Owned by Mercer County and operated by Mercer County Park Commission. Enjoy this year's 11th Annual Corn Maze. The maze includes a kid's hay bale maze, pumpkin patch, hay rides, food tent, gift shop & more! Saturdays September 15 - November 10 and Sundays September 16 - November 4, 2007. Admission; Adults & Children ages 13 & up: $8.00; Children ages 5-12: $6.00 (ages 4 & under, free). Group Rates for 20 or more, pre-paid (call for details) Private Events (call for details). There is no admission fee for the Howell Farm itself, located Earl Campbell Titans Jersey about a mile from the maze up Valley Road.

Dewolf's "U-Pick" Farm
10 West Colliers Mills Road, (off RT 539)
New Egypt, NJ
Offers a variety of fun fall attractions including; pumpkin picking, hay rides, face painting, a kid friendly haunted house, and three age appropriate corn mazes. The Amazing Spider Corn Maze is over 5 acres big. This is a challenging maze that features 4 mazes into 1; The Kiddie Corn Maze for kids 5-8 years old who want to experience the fun, without supervision, but who are to young for the amazing spider corn maze; Baby Corn Maze is a little fun maze for smaller kids 3-5 years old who want to experience the fun of a maze. Starting the last two weekends in September and continuing thru October 31, 2007.

Schaefer Farms
1051 County Route 523
Flemington NJ
(908) 782-2705
Features friendly farm animals and a tour of the educational barn, a corn maze pumpkin picking with free hay ride with the purchase of a pumpkin. Weekends and holidays from September 29 thru October 28, 2007.
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