“The ultimate goal of farming is not the growing of crops, but the cultivation and perfection of human beings.”

Masanobu Fukuoka, The One-Straw Revolution

A Weekend In Photos

October has been the busiest month ever!
Thankfully most of the farm chores are completed for autumn.


We've had a week of spectacular sunny weather and temperatures in the 70's.
It's been the most unusual autumn ever.


An empty chore list gives us more time for play... and this weekend we did play!


Saturday we left the farm early, as the sun was coming up...


 and headed to the city for a Breast Cancer walk... the largest in Pennsylvania.


One of the many four-legged participants...


The city fountains run pink this month...


Sunday, I went along to Mackenzie's swim lessons.


I love when children develop a love for swimming at an early age.

Then, off to Aunt Becky's dressage competition we all went.


Becky (Hubbs' sister) and her horse Sid competed and did a free-style routine
to her dad's favorite song.


(Hubbs parents and brother were visiting for the weekend...
here to see her competition.
Becky had a good cheering section.


 These two brought home a blue ribbon...


despite Sid developing "happy feet" in the middle of his routine!


Horses are one of Mackenzie's very favorite things... 


and she loved seeing all the different types.
Easton... doesn't yet know how much he's going to love horses and animals!


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