Isaac took a boatload out fishing and here's James with the big catch of the day.
Caleb is sitting on the bale castle wall at the maze. With as many young people in the house as we've had this week, there were lots of jokes played on each other. Including a really good one Naomi edited out of this post!
Arthur working on the 'bridge to nowhere'. Actually, it's the spine of a man on a tractor :) And yes, there will be rails when he's done.
We've had a lot of rain and the maze yard has a big dip full of mud and puddles. A dip that will be fixed shortly. Anyway, it was great fun for Jordan and her brothers to go 4-wheeling in.
Benjamin didn't just play chess with Silas, he also went fishing.
Isaac, the happy fishing guide.
Silas with a croppie. Now to a lot of you a croppie might seem kinda normal but I had never seen one come out of our lake. Even the DNR guy that inspected the boat had never seen one. And not only that, they got about ten of them!
Silas has been getting into taking close up pictures and couldn't resist taking one of our state bird - the mosquito! Just kidding! Our state bird is the Common Loon but mosquito's beat it in quanity!
Twice the kids went out blueberry picking. You go into the state forest and they are all over. Not the big tame ones but smaller ones.
We also just put a link for the 'Country Corn Maze' blog under "Farm Blogs" on the right side column. You all get a quick preview of it before our advertizing hits the town and so if you see any errors in spelling, grammer, or just something that doesn't make sense please let us know. Also, if there is something you would want to know if you were visiting our maze, that isn't included tell us that too so we can add it.
Well, I have lots to do so I need to go. Thank you P. family for your wonderful visit and fellowship! We love you all!