Sunday, October 26, 2014

Fact of the Day: Hayride

The practice of hayrides are quite common in America in October, especially for haunted trails around Halloween. Hayrides are believed to have originated in Kansas. 

17 comments:

  1. Beautiful autumn picture! I didn´t know about this fact. Kisses:)

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  2. I've always wanted to go on one of those haunted hay rides during the month of october.

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  3. Dorathy and Toto haunt all the trails in Kansas.

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  4. Sleigh rides are more common up here, with horses. In the winter. Followed by hot chocolate around an open fire.

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  5. They can be lots of fun! I would love to go on a sleigh ride though, sounds lovely!

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  6. Great photo ! It must be fun :)

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  7. I went on a hayride a few years ago. It was a fun and bumpy ride

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  8. I've seen paintings by Goya of Spanish children riding hay wagons.

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  9. Even though they make me sneeze, I love them...and the apple pies!! My two favorite things of this season. :)

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  10. Hayrides are definitely a must do this time of year!

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