Monday, November 05, 2007

Vacation Part IVa

~Wyoming * The Farm~
(My Grandparents used to live on this farm. It's where my mother and her siblings grew up. I love going to the farm. I love being out west, I love farm life, I love everything country/western! A few years before my Grandpa died he and Grandma moved to town. But Grandma still owns the farm! Hurrah!) (This is part "a", part "b" will come soon...right before part "c".)

Many pictures follow this point...continue at your own risk.

I love Wyoming fences where anything almost straight works for a fence post.Ahh ... yeah, I really like barbed wire. :) I love bundles of wire almost as much as I love barbed wire and barbed wire fences!
~For more Wyoming farm pictures, visit Leah's post here.~


Rebekah said...

Hello! I stumbled across your blog from my friend Miss Ashleigh's blog. You have posted some beautiful pictures! I am starting to become interested in photography and I love seeing well-taken photos of beautiful subjects. Thank you!

Ana said...

Welcome and thank you for the visit and comment! How kind of you to comment. I find photography very fun and entertaining myself I'm sure you will truly enjoy it! Thanks again!

Charity Dawn said...

It looks like you had a very beautiful time on your trip! Your pictures are great!

Robert said...

I enjoyed your pictures.Farming is a nice lifestyle.Maybe the farm will be used again someday?

Have you read/watched Little House on the Praire? I noticed that your father is in Sleepy Eye and it made me think of the Little House tv series where it was the nearest city to Walnut Grove.

I also came across the schedule for the Complete Jane Austen.

Jan 13- Persuasion
Jan 20- Northanger Abbey
Jan 27- Mansfield Park
Feb 3- Miss Austen regrets
Feb 10-24 Pride&Prejudice (3 2-hr episodes)
Mar 2-16 pledge drive no films
Mar 23- Emma
Mar 30-Apr6 Sense and Sensibility (2 90-minute episodes)

They will air Sundays at 9:00 PM Eastern time.

Ana said...

How wonderful to hear from you! Does that mean your home? Thank you for taking time out of your now more than usual busy days to leave me a comment!

Ana said...

The farm will probably never be used again, it would take to much time and money to make it usable again, but it's fun to visit, in case you didn't gather that yet. :)
Yes, I've watched the shows and am starting to read the books of Little House on the Prairie.
Thank you so very, very much for the schedule of the Jane Austen shows! I hope my own schedule will allow watching time!