Wednesday, June 20, 2012

On The Road Again

It's hard to believe I can go weeks without leaving our "40".

FYI...piggies arrive on 7/5.

But then summer arrives, and I'm on the go.

From farm lands.

To the glorious lakes of my youth.

Yesterday I headed down to 
Click above to see an awesome place!

My mother, her friend, and I had a delicious lunch in their Tea Room.  

After lunch, I headed back north to Amish country, 
while my Mother and her friend zoomed off in a red convertible, heading south.  
I shook my head with a smile...watching these "young girls" have fun.

More news...
Later this week, we will be experiencing the best of both worlds.

Our boy, Raz, will be additionally trained for driving in harness.

A wonderful Amish man will be coming to our place, to work Raz.
(And I get to drive him to and fro from his farm... in our truck!  
Oh, what a wonderful time it will be!)

Party's over, Raz...

Soon, you'll be just like the big boys!

Until next time, dear friends.  God willing.


P.S.  I left my Nikon D80 camera out in the rain.  Yes, hard to believe...but I left it hanging by the outhouse door, and we had a storm shortly thereafter.  And yes, it's toast...  I'm going to try one more thing.  Put it in a bag with rice.  Keep your finger's crossed for me.  Thank you.


DFW said...

I want to go to Loafers Glory!

Good luck w/your camera.

Farmgirl Cyn said...

Beautiful photos! Check with a camera store and see what they recommend. I would cry.... said...

Great pictures. I love the one with the side mirror. Hope the camera is able to make a comeback. I soaked my phone and it took three days of trying --- on the third day, I tried again to put everything back together (battery etc) and it finally worked! So, don't give up easily. You never know.


OurCrazyFarm said...

If the road ever leads east and across that big lake ... we'll leave the light on for ya, Sherry:))

"Oh No" about the camera!!

Ian said...

Let us know how the "Nikon soup" turns out. Hope it works!

Dicky Bird said...

Good luck with the camera. Love the pictues! Blessings from Ringle.

Sherry Sutherby said...

Thanks for all the encouragement, everyone! The Nikon Soup (thanks Ian...:) will be the final try. FG Cyn, I didn't cry, but I was sure sad...:( Especially when I headed on a road trip without it. Thanks Terri, from Our Crazy Farm...I would love nothing more than to pull in your driveway. I can feel the love from here!