One of the best parts of my day this past weekend at Apple Harvest Day was meeting all the great people who came out to see us.  In particular, one father and daughter team, Josh and Chelsea of Little Farm in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire.  They entered our apple pie contest and with their pie, they had this note that said in part:

This apple pie was baked on the 1st of October by a Father & Daughter team - Josh and Chelsea at their family farm, Little Farm in Wolfeboro, NH.  The apples and goat milk used in this pie came directly from our fam here in the Lakes Region!  Thanks for trying our pie!

How cute is that?  It made me very curious about their family farm.  Turns out, they have a great story.

Josh and Carrie were on the hunt for an ideal place to raise their young family.  They were so grateful to find "Little Farm" in Wolfeboro.  Josh used the GI Bill to receive a degree in agriculture from UNH.  He and Carrie work very hard to offer the best organic products at their farm stand.

Josh and Carrie, from what I can tell from their website, have two young daughters and are working hard for generations to come!  Something that I've always wanted to do ever since I watched how happy the Ingalls family was on "Little House on the Prairie!"

Its mission at the Farm is to provide "more nutritious food options" for the community.  You can find them and their "Farmacy" at 75 North Line Road in Wolfeboro, just under 4 miles North of downtown Wolfeboro.  If you are not familiar with the area, Wolfboro is the "Oldest Summer Resort" in America.  It's absolutely beautiful.  Definitely worth the drive from no matter where you are coming from.

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