Actually it's 3 geese a'sitting! The first goose started sitting almost 3 weeks ago with the second starting to sit about a week later and the third a week after that. The incubation period is about 28 days, so around April 10 we are hoping...
The duck and geese have already started laying eggs despite the snow and below freezing weather! This is a photo of the eggs from a couple days ago: 2 geese eggs, one duck egg (a little smaller and darker), and a store bought hen egg...
We have 5 Pilgrim geese which are now about 3 months old. The gander is white and the females gray. They are very elegant as they stroll around and move together as one body! The geese and the 2 ducks are in the barnyard together...
on our farm
Wander through the woods and wildlife habitat around spring fed streams and two ponds. Go fishing or row boating on the larger pond. It is stocked with largemouth bass and catfish. Enjoy the flower gardens. Help yourself to fruits and vegetables, blueberries and wild berries in season. Bring your field glasses to watch birds, and other wildlife. Visit the links below to discover what else there is to explore in the area. We have information, directions and maps here for your use in planning your activities and we will be glad to help you in any other way we can.
There are numerous regular movie theaters in Staunton, Lexington, Waynesboro, and Harrisonburg
Visit the Staunton website for good info on additional hiking areas.
Off-season rates: January 2nd - March 15th.
|For double occupancy:||Regular Rates||Off-Season|
|1st night of stay||$110||$100|
|2nd night of stay||$90||$80|
|3rd + subsequent nights||$70||$60|
|Weekly Rate||Regular Rates||Off-Season|
Breakfast Basket for Two
Wine Cheese & Homemade Bread Package
Senior discount of 10% for those 60 and over.
Taxes are an additional 9.3%
Suite and Ammenities