Critters and cabins. Plain living with a heart for God. Not self-sufficient, but God-sufficient.
Beautiful horses, beautiful room, beautiful smiles!But by the way folks are dressed, I'm guessing the weather wasn't too warm and wonderful. Enjoy the trip-looks like fun!!
Looks like a amazing time!Is this event open to all or just a closed group? Would love to know more info about it.The pictures are just wonderful,they take you right there.
Thank you ~ Sue, the first day the sun was out. Heading for home, it was foggy and cool. Farmer ~ Please check out my previous Blog, which has information about Win-Some Women. Yes, it is open to all, and is held in spring and fall. I've been going 13 years, and try not to miss a session. Hope to see you in the fall!
Breathtaking pictures! So beautiful! We have never been to Mackinac Island~ we should plan a trip someday (Lord Willing:). Hope you had a great, refreshing weekend Sherry! Your comments always encourage me, as do your posts.
Silly thought~ but I would love to see a picture of you sometime Sherry! It is so nice to put a name with a face:)) Terri
Very nice photos I really like the one of the two dappled greys.RegardsEdward
Beautiful pictures! I would love to go to Mackinac Island!!
Oh my goodness... what a lovely trip you must have had :)Thank you for sharing your memories.Embrace His blessings,Mrs. M.
Thank you everyone. Mackinac Island is always magical. Terri ~ you're not the only one who asks about my photo...:) However, I could slide into the Amish culture, as I don't take photos of me, nor allow others if I have a choice. Perhaps one day...~:) Or, I'll just meet you in person ~ better yet!
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