we decided to take you on a short tour of part of our farm
on our "wheels".
Meet your driver for the tour - Dad.
If you can't get a seat in the back, then jump on the trailer.
We all need to pick a few so that
we'll be able to send them by Aire Ruby
to Myrna and Gilbert for their wedding.
Isn't their fragrance heavenly??
with Dad's "Flintstone" tractor sitting out in front.
That barn was built before our house which was built in 1898.
We don't know what year that old tractor was built,
but it will start when the others balk because of the cold, etc.
you'll notice this lovely pink flower
is growing right out of the rock.
The leaves look like a cross between cilantro and carrot -
we have no idea what this delicate little flower is called.
you'll see what Mom calls, "Rocky Creek Seahorses" -
they are really ferns that are just starting to grow.
Wild ferns are everywhere this year.
(If you biggify the picture, you can see the little seahorse on the right)
that has fallen in the forest.
Sometimes trees with moss growing on them are slick,
so be careful and dig your toes in.
Thanks for going along with us.
Lilly, Piper, Carrleigh and Java