I am just doing a quick post today, but I hope you enjoy it. Our summer is rushing by at an alarming speed, we start school next week and I can’t believe that my baby brother is in 4th grade this year! Josh and Caitlin’s wedding is just around the corner, things have been crazy for both families lately. I am including some of my pics from around the farm. I hope you enjoy them.
Looking up the barn.
An angle on the tractor tire makes a cool picture.
Josh and Caitlin. Don’t they make a cute couple?
We didn’t realize until after Josh had us place the crates, that he was making us carry them farther to make a nice picture, Ugh:)
Samuel just came in and said that Socks is having her kittens!! She has been looking like a bowling ball lately so this should be interesting. 🙂
All for now, I’ll post again soon.
Hi y’all 🙂 Grace here!
Here are some recent pictures from around the farm. I hope you enjoy them!
I took ’em all, except the first two.
recent family photo in front of the barn
Josh and his new fiance, Caitlin! Isn’t she beautiful!?!
Sailor, our guard dog
Bos’n, Amy’s dog
Socks in a box
Farm fresh eggs, all nice and clean!
creek after rain
rocks in the bottom of the creek
tire tracks in the grass
battens on the barn
my feet 🙂
~Grace (with a little help from Amy) 🙂
Happy Thanksgiving to all of my lovely readers!
I hope y’alls holiday is splendid 🙂
Just a quick update …
We’ve been really busy. Working on the barn, tending animals, and celebrating Abigail’s birthday.
Have a lovely day!
Our barn site is officially excavated. It is behind and to the left of our house.
I would post an aerial photo but, as we haven’t sold enough eggs to pay for a helicopter, we don’t have one.
Prior to excavation…The gravel you see in the picture is the top of our driveway.
Finished excavation…Complete with drainage swale. (A special formation of the dirt to direct rain water away from the barn.)
Dumping gravel…We got 6 dump truck loads of rock total.
Finished dumping gravel…The white spot near the top of the picture is the barn foundation, made from very fine rock. (Called screenings)…And isn’t the sky lovely!?
And so my post has people pictures in it, here’s a recent shot of Samuel and Daddy driving our tractor:
Check back soon for a post regarding the newest inhabitants of Rehoboth Ranch!