|Sunset at the farm|
|Dan working on the truck|
We've really enjoyed catching up with family and friends.....
|Dan's nephew, Hunter, playing ball|
|Dan's grand nephews...Hunter, Caden, Landon, Donovan|
|Enjoying a picnic at Tim and Ann's house|
|Doug and Colleen's dog, Abby. Such a cutie!|
|Emma and Nate|
|Four generations....Tim, Pauline, Sarah, Landon, and Caden|
|Patrick paddling away|
|Nick enjoying the water|
|We may be older, but we still act like kids!!|
|Nick, Paul , and Patrick. Paul, Patrick's father-in-law is attempting to push him in the water!|
|Enjoying the playground with Sammie, Patrick and Nick (Patrick and Nick not pictured)|
|Patrick and Jenny|
|Nick and I|
|We all screamed for ice cream!|
We have seen quite a few bears at the farm! I think our count is up to 5 or 6 but I was not able to get pictures of all of them
|Walking across the front yard....|
|On the hill behind the rig.....|
Our friend Doug was on "calf" watch for us. His family owns a working dairy farm and he had told me that they had a couple of cows that were due to give birth while we were here. He wanted to know how late (10pm!) and how early (6am!) he could call to let me know that one was it's way. Last Sunday night about 7:45, we got the call. We rushed over and did not have to wait too long. It was an amazing experience to see. I had decided in advance I wasn't going to take my camera because I wanted to take it all in and not fuss with a camera. Hopefully I will get another call before we leave and, this time, I will take my camera. Thanks Doug for understanding (or not!) my craziness!
Our time is winding down and we have a few more things planned with the family. It sure has been a busy month!