4 generations in this picture, Holly, Judy, Heather and Fran
I really like this picture of Holly, the sun is brining out her beautiful freckles.
Gassing up before the ride.
The gang is all aboard
Judy and Fran at the pond
Bandit had to get a free ride too
Good idea no?
We went behind the dam on the second pond so Fran could get a feel for the ticks (oh, and see the prickly pear and some blackberries)
It seemed to be a hit.
We found a prickly pear along one of the fence lines, not sure how it got to the Missouri Ozarks but it is now blooming and seems to be quite happy in this environment.
The blackberries are thick this year and should produce many gallons of berries for jellies and jams.
Holly and Heather at the main tomatoe patch.
Note the corn, 2 weeks since planting is about a foot tall.
Holly's pumpkin patch
These were started from seed when we first got here and have been in the ground about 3 weeks.
And my black eyed peas are comming along just fine as well.