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What’s Going On

A bench for contemplation and resting weary bones. 
The decorative items festooning my neck are dog leashes because, that’s how I roll. 

We’re thinking this is a pear tree. The jury is still out, though. 
Super Dexta will hopefully bring us some super $$$. 

4 Responses to What’s Going On

  • Anonymous says:

    Beautiful

  • Emily says:

    You have a tractor now?! It’s official, having a tractor means that you’ve hit the big time!!! Happy farming!

  • ashley says:

    We’ve actually had the tractor for some time, Emily. Came with the house when Glenn bought it. We’re hoping to sell it to make a little extra $$$ for buying other property-related needs.

  • Anonymous says:

    Back from Cananda! WOW what a trip.Remember Grand Dad Bullock’s tractor? His was called old Blue and your’s is young Blue. Don’t just settle you can get a good price. Mom