Here is a random shot of part of the farm. So relaxing!
let's just say that if i had lived back THEN, i would be startin' a new trend... wrinkle jeans! i hate ironing and avoid it like the plague.
Donkeys are known to be protectors. They will keep predators away from other animals. So a lot of times farms will put a donkey in with their other animals to protect them. Now, it's pretty cool when you think about the fact that Mary, while she was pregnant with Jesus, rode on a donkey. And then later Jesus himself rode on a donkey to Jerusalem. According to Mrs Griggs all donkeys have a cross on their back. If you look real close to the picture above you can see some of it. They have a stripe down their back and a stripe that goes across their shoulders... see it under her hand? Isn't that amazing?
Coming up here behind Mona is their other donkey...
The land at this farm was beautiful. This is the scene to the right and...
to the left. It seemed to go on forever.
We also had to look for a pencil. Man, that is some pencil!
This was a great hayride and a fantastic day!
Just another random shot.
They also had horses. I can't remember their names, but...
I think I could have taken about 1,000 pictures at this farm.
Here we are about to go into their little museum.
Their museum was packed wall to wall with antiques.
Here was a neat table of odds and ends. These arrowheads were found on their property.
This is what they do to you when you don't listen during the tour!
i hope they don't throw you into the pond too.
Look at those gourds... aren't they GOURDeous!
AWWW, Noah's been a bad boy!
There were tons of wheels and...
I thought this was a funny picture of the goats hanging out in the "Snack Shack".
The kids learned how they use to wash clothes, before the days of the washing machine.
They each were able to take a turn washing.
Hmmm, on second thought maybe not!
Hey there goes Mona again!
Seth found Mona. She was sooo sweet!
Watch out Joshua!