Authentic, great history and above all educational. Two rescued wild horses on property which you cannot get very close to, but great to see them running and jumping. The Farm is wonderful, the day we were there they were cooking figs, the chickens were running around, and the sheep were sleeping.
The restored home on property is great... the visitor house where you enter plan on spending a few minutes there to read about the Etheridge family, which corresponds with a lot of the history of the entire region for a few hundred years I think.
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