- and so it begins
We came to this property fifty years ago and planted Christmas trees. What did not sell grew too large and today the old pines serve as a home to deer, turkey and occasionally some bears visit the neighbors bee hives for a snack. The hives are temporarily relocated but the bears still check in once in awhile with high hopes. Just don't leave any food out and we will not give them a reason to come snooping. fyi-We do not permit hunting and ask you keep your firearms secured and stowed.
We invite guest to park and enjoy the quiet beauty of our private park. As soon as practical we will add amenity services so we can expand our guest list and activity offerings. The first planned addition is a pavilion with restrooms and will host afternoon music. Bible studies can meet here too. The sorghum cooker will serve as a community grill. Bring your own beverages in a cooler and enjoy the company of community. Please
NO glass containers.
The property is planned to grow sweet sorghum and a community garden. Over the years we have learned life is nothing without community.
The garden may give us some produce for the community table and those wishing to participate in the garden for their own tables can send a message to us.
The sorghum will not be ready until late October so keep coming around and join us on that long day of sweet success. Meanwhile share the good news that Hundley-Reynolds Park has a Prayer Trail and is eagerly awaiting visitors. We look forward to meeting you 'along the trail'. Please share your comments so we can grow into a better experience for our community. Blessings on you and yours.
Thank you for visiting us online. We hope to see you in person at the farm. Please be safety wise and travel with a companion.