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Paul's Grains rye field, July 2006

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Photos of Our Farm
These photos were taken throughout 2008.

Beauty is found in the tiniest parts of God's creation
Beauty is found in the tiniest parts of God's creation

Patience guards our driveway, January 2008
Patience guards our driveway, January 2008

A foggy February morning
A foggy February morning

A foggy February morning

Frosty white world
Frosty white world

Southern view of the farm, February 2008
Southern view of the farm, February 2008

We got so much snow in February 2008 that some of the gravel roads were drifted this much
We got so much snow in February 2008 that some of the gravel roads were drifted this much.

Even in mid-winter, the trees hold promise of new life
Even in mid-winter, the trees hold promise of new life.

Yaaaaaaaawwwn!
Yaaaaaaaawwwn!

Winter is melting and running away
Winter is melting and running away

A late March snowfall
A late March snowfall

Eastern view of the farm in late March
Eastern view of the farm in late March

Daniel's always building something!
Daniel's always building something!

A storm blowing past to the north
A storm blowing past to the north

The golden light after the storm...
The golden light after the storm...

The golden light after the storm...

Surveying his kingdom...
Surveying his kingdom...

Enjoying a hayride with some friends from church
Enjoying a hayride with some friends from church

Susanna's bees enjoy making honey from these ornamental pear blossoms
Susanna's bees enjoy making honey from these ornamental pear blossoms

Our apple orchards are the most beautiful place to be on April afternoons
Our apple orchards are the most beautiful place to be on April afternoons.

Daniel dragging the soybean field, May 2008
Daniel dragging the soybean field with the restored Oliver 77, May 2008

Daniel dragging the soybean field, May 2008

Daniel dragging the soybean field, May 2008

Work-worn farmer-hands
Work-worn farmer-hands

Greasy metal and worn leather...
Greasy metal and worn leather...

Joseph working on his pickup
Joseph working on his pickup

Peering around the corner
Peering around the corner...

The fuzzy pygmy billy, Buckwheat
The fuzzy pygmy billy, Buckwheat

Showing off his colors
Showing off his colors

Old-fashioned iris in front of the corncrib
Old-fashioned iris in front of the corncrib

Soybeans in mid-June
Soybeans in mid-June

Soybeans in mid-June

A summer evening walk with friends
A summer evening walk in the hay field with friends

Bales are great fun to climb on!
Bales are great fun to climb on!

A warm July evening
A warm July evening out in the fields...

After a long, hot day of combining...
After a long, hot day of combining...

Hayrides are a fun way to show the farm to guests and tour groups
Hayrides are a fun way to show the farm to guests and tour groups.

Daniel, working away on the combine.
Daniel, working away on the combine.

Ready to combine the wheat, July 2008
Ready to combine the wheat, July 2008





Cultivating soybeans, July 2008
Cultivating soybeans, July 2008





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