Field Trip to a Farm

2 11 2008

Eden’s class went to a farm the local museum has been restoring, and I was able to tag along. The farm is over 100 years old, and they’ve restored the barn and the house (although the house isn’t quite finished, so we weren’t able to go inside). The barn reminded me a lot of my grandpa’s old barn (which I think was 100 years old or so, before a big wind blew it down) and so I took a lot of pictures of it, just for memory’s sake. Another picture gallery, coming at you:

Hooray for farmers and first grade teachers!

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3 responses

3 11 2008
Tami

Lovely pictures. It’s a great farm to visit, I was very impressed with it.

3 11 2008
Kathleen

that barn looks just like Grandpas! (where’s the rope swing?).

I have to say I’ve missed your blogged. When I noticed you’d updated…and 3 new posts…I went and grabbed a peanut M&M from Anna’s candy stash (she doesn’t like the peanuts) so I could sit back and enjoy the read. (ya, it’s only 9am…pregnancy does weird things to you)

4 11 2008
Niki

btw, I love the new look of your blog. it’s cool. You guys are great at carving pumpkins. Offspring #1 (that’s what I’m going to call him now so I don’t actually get all mixed up in my head about names) really is an expert at carving.

You’re a fun mom.

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