“It is the simple things of life that make living worth while, the sweet fundamental things such as love and duty, work and rest and living close to nature. There are no hothouse blossoms that can compare in beauty and fragrance with my bouquet of wild flowers.” “Across the years, the old home and its love called to me and… Read more »
Photo of my shop taken with my telephone with natural lighting.
Years ago on our farm in IL, I acquired several old horse-drawn implements for yard art, one of which was an old flarebox wagon on steel.
After 18 years, 3 months on the farm, we are embarking on a new season of life! Having recently retired from Caterpillar, we’ve purchased a new, much smaller, home in Tennessee to be closer to our eldest son and two adorable grandkids. We’ve been busy hauling our worldly (and ultimately temporary) possessions down in a 24′ enclosed trailer, and expect… Read more »
Ruthie (heifer, on the left – that’s momma on the right) got loaded up and hauled to the locker this evening, and they’ll harvest her in the morning.
Ellen went to the locker yesterday.
Got a late start at it, but today was oil change day for all the small engines in the shed.