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hay·ride

 (hā′rīd′)
n.
A recreational ride in a large wagon or other vehicle piled with hay.

hayride

(ˈheɪraɪd)
n
(Agriculture) US a pleasure ride on a trailer or open truck

hay•ride

(ˈheɪˌraɪd)

n.
a pleasure ride or outing, esp. at night, by a group in an open wagon or truck partly filled with hay.
[1855–60]
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On August 13th, Tomato Records releases Elvis Presley/Roots Revolution: The Louisiana Hayride Recordings, a 16-track edition of the historic Elvis Presley "live" radio performances from the mid-50s.
Where else can you spend the afternoon decorating cookies, drinking warm cider on a hayride or ride a train to your next stop?
Cousins Savannah Johnson (left) and Jade Boyce work on a craft project at Dorris Ranch in Springfield on Monday during the historic ranch's annual Halloween festivities, which include a haunted hayride through the Dorris Ranch orchards, children's games and activities, and hot apple cider with Dr.
And, if you time it right, you can catch a moonlit haunted hayride complete with tales of the headless horseman.
Activities will include a petting zoo, a hayride, cakewalk, photo booth, games and prizes, and food and drinks will be available throughout the day.
The first time the hayride wagon came by it was empty, according to Ms.
We come for the harvest festival and stay for the pie-eating contest and go on the hayride and watch Bob.
The Original Vintage Shure Brothers Model 55S Microphone From the Louisiana Hayride Used by Elvis Presley and Through Which the Famous Phrase 'Please Young People, Elvis Has Left the Building' Was First Broadcast.
4) A hayride takes visitors for a ride at Scarecrows at the Orchard.
The Willamalane Park and Recreation District's Haunted Hayride is so popular that it sells out every year.
An old fashioned hayride will remind you of the simpler times of days gone by.
the town where he made his debut on Louisiana Hayride on KWKH, and began his recording career with 4-Star Records.