After that we drove out to a farm market/petting zoo. I was expecting goats, sheep, maybe some cows... we walked through the market and went out the back door and the first thing Rainah saw was a peacock just standing there. She, of course, had to chase it. We walked around and saw goats, horses, cows, wallabies, a camel, alpaca, and a baby zebra among other things. They also had slides and other fun things to climb on.
From there we went on to the fish boil. Apparently, fish boils are a Scandinavian tradition and consists of a large pot filled with water that is boiled over a large fire pit. Special spices are added, then red skinned potatoes, onions, and finally the whitefish. When it is finished, kerosene is poured on the fire, causing the oils that had been drawn out of the fish to boil over the sides. I am not a seafood person, so they kindly made me a turkey sandwich, but Don said that the food was great and he loved it. The farm also had a labyrinth that was beautiful, and Rainah had a fun time running around it and looking at all of the sunflowers. It was a busy day, but a great family outing!