Tuesday, April 12, 2011

The Boys Adventures on the Farm

One of the great perks of being dairy producers is raising our family on the farm. There are fascinating adventures all around.

 Garrett and Lad take a moment to chat............


Jack telling his Dad about what he's going to try next...........


There he goes.....a dirt pile "slide" is so much fun!


Play time's over, Jack decides to move the hay rack...........


He takes a break by the tree..............


Garrett explores in the woods on our farm..............


Jack knows there are always neat things to discover in the woods........


Garrett and Jack search for unique rocks and creatures in the creek............


The boys dream of warmer days when they can swim in our pond. They are happy to be joined by our neighbor's dog, Thunder..........


Jack and Thunder run down the dirt road on our farm. The boys want to find their Dad to tell him about their journey through the woods...........


When we arrive back by the barns, we find Lad fixing the loader.......


Spring time in Ohio is a mixed bag of weather. One day it's 30 degrees and the next it's raining and the next it's 70 degrees. We loved the sunny warm weather we experienced last Sunday. We wore short sleeve shirts for the first time this spring!

The boys and Lad take in the view overlooking the front of our farm.........


Jack is never still for long. He spots a tree that is begging to be climbed.........


Our farm is on the top of a hill where it can be very windy some days. The warm breeze was moving fast on this day and made the boys feel like they were flying..........


Where will their next journey take them? Stay tuned to find out.

3 comments:

  1. What a great view from your place! The perfect spot to watch over their adventures. :)

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  2. How fun! I am so excited to raise my son on our 'farm'!

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  3. Great views! I love the dirt "slide". Farm life is the best place to raise kids if you ask me!
    Katie

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