Our farm was owned by the first settlers of West Fork. Eli Bloyd and his wife, hauled a cart from Van Buren across the Ozarks to our valley. Eli led the ox while his wife was said to follow picking Read more...
Our farm was owned by the first settlers of West Fork. Eli Bloyd and his wife, hauled a cart from Van Buren across the Ozarks to our valley. Eli led the ox while his wife was said to follow picking up everything that fell off on the trail. Native Americans were the first residents of course. We have evidence of Bluff Dweller habitats in numbers of the thousands. One site next to a great spring has a natural amphitheater effect where sound travels easily. Could this be a site for special events? It doesn't take much imagination to feel spirit of the Natives.
Today we celebrate the animals in the forest, fish in clear water flowing from the springs and are attempting to share this beauty with like minded folks who will appreciate it.
Come on down to the farm, relax a spell, enjoy our version of tranquility.
Happy Exotic Fruit Farm is a farm in southern Florida where you can camp with no amenities. It is a working farm and you should expect typical hazards, bugs weather but also possible chemical residue from herbicides or pesticides. There was no facility for restrooms and dealing with that in the dark wasn't ideal. That said, we knew about the toilet situation going in.
The owner was not around much so we were left to our own devices as far as where we wanted to set up. That can be good or bad. It was quiet and has access to Homestead, Hwy 1, Fla turnpike, Miami and Keys.
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