Wagon Rides to be Offered
By Martha J. Henderson
Special Sections Editor
One of the most popular attractions each year at the Malcolm Blue Historical Crafts and Farmskills Festival is the wagon rides around the farm.
The wagon rides will once again be offered at the festival, but with a new man at the reins.
Larry Morrison, of Eagle Springs, will be -providing the wagon rides to every festival-goer, young or old, who would like to climb aboard for a ride around the Malcolm Blue Farm.
"I'm doing this for my daddy," Morrison says.
His father, J.H. Morrison, was asked to do the wagon rides but after committing to the festival he found he had to be out of town. So, Larry Morrison is picking up the reins.
Morrison will have two wagons drawn by Belgium horses. The larger team are geldings Ben and Bruce. Mares Dixie and Dolly also will be called into service to help ferry riders around.
The horse-drawn wagon rides are provided free of charge with the price of admission to the -festival all three days of the festival.
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