Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Another ride in the country

Guess where we are going today?
No we are not taking the gravel road.
Oh I love this farm!
No we are not stopping to see the mules.
And not the cows.
I love farms with silos.
I love hay bails and more silos.
wow crop bin silo and more hay bails
It is nap time all over for the cows.
Great farm view

Theres the fire department
Look he is waiting for us.
This is going to be my mini horse one day.

Oh we are getting close there is horse poo in the road.

We are almost there the sign is ahead. And transportation is changing.
Here we are at the end of the asphalt.
Weavers country store.
I will show you what I had to drive 25 miles for on the next post.
Make sure to see the post below for yesterdays ride.


Denise said...

Such a nice ride, wish I could go.

Laughing Orca Ranch said...

Oh THANK YOU for taking me along on your ride. I don't even care what you had to pick up (well, maybe just a little. hehehe), but just seeing all of those beautiful country-side photos made me feel like I was right there with you, or at least wanted to be! :)

New Mexico

playsdolls said...

Now you take the kind ofrides I love to go on,it would have been so much fun to have gone on that little trip with you.

Rosadimaggio63 said...

Fantastica città ! ;-)

FourOf5zs said...

You are really making me want to go for a ride. Maybe this weekend. I'm recuperating from back surgery, so I'm beginning to get house phobia :-)

Happy Thanksgiving!

Lady Katherine said...

What a wonderful trip! I enjoyed the riding along! Grammy the note you left me, was very heart felt. I am glad that I can still help someone at this stage in my life. depression is not fun, I fought it since cancer has came into my life. Each day we have to pull up our boot straps and keep going. For life is short, and there is so much love, and fun things to do. We can't let drag us down. For life is great and we have to make it great for ourselves and our family. I always say when you are down just smile., and everything will work out. Blessing to you, this Thanksgiving.

WiseAcre said...

:) you know you're on a country ride when you have to swerve to avoid road droppings. I noticed reflectors on the buggy. I wish the local Amish would use them here. It can really be a close call at night when you suddenly come upon one.

Carla said...

wonderful! I'm enjoying the ride:)