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Grant Road Farm

Original post made by ladybug54, Waverly Park, on Oct 9, 2010

Work started on 9/29 on the Grant Road Pumpkin Patch property. Here are some "Before" pictures:

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The mustard field, sunflowers, and big trees will be missed.

Cathy Rodeheffer

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Posted by Missingit2
a resident of Waverly Park
on Oct 9, 2010 at 5:19 pm

I will miss it too. Are they building a hill or is that a temporary dirt mound? It looks like they are making a hill on the new roadway, but why would they do that? Seems odd.


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Posted by Missingit2
a resident of Waverly Park
on Oct 9, 2010 at 5:39 pm

Thank you for posting the beautiful photos. It was like a piece of land caught in a time warp. Like the farm where Marty McFly first landed after flux-capacitating out of the mall parking lot. I am glad I got to visit it and enjoy a few seasons of the pumpkin patch, train ride, produce stand, Christmas trees, and all the blooming sunflowers, mustard flowers and corn fields. I miss the windmill too.


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