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hayride

[hey-rahyd] /ˈheɪˌraɪd/
noun
1.
a pleasure ride or outing, usually at night, by a group in an open wagon or truck partly filled with hay.
Origin
1855-1860
1855-60, Americanism; hay + ride
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  • In the evening guests can enjoy a bonfire, a hayride and campfire singing.
  • Your admission fee includes a hayride and cup of food to feed the animals, and pony rides are available for an additional fee.
  • Following a spooky hayride, you will make your way through a winding maze filled with live actors and special effects.
  • The campground also has a fishing pier, game room and runs a hayride for children.
  • Guests have the option of taking a hayride around the farm where they will be serenaded by a guitar playing singer.
  • At night, join fellow campers for a campfire theater performance and a hayride.
  • In the fall, visitors can enjoy a horse-drawn hayride, pumpkin patch and four-acre corn maze.
  • The farm offers a train ride, pony rides, hayride and a cow-milking experience.
  • Take the tractor-drawn hayride, and learn how to milk a cow.
  • From a good-clean-fun hayride to showing some skin on the streets, we've got a game plan to fit your crew's personality.

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