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Millstone Plantation

Millstone Plantation, officially known as Millstone Institute of Preservation, was the host of the Farm Tour 2017.

Hide and Seek

This cow is so cute to me. I love his big head and those ears… I was in my truck, riding slowly by this small pasture, when I noticed this cow peeking around the tree at me. He watched me take his picture and watched me drive away. I watched him, too.

Redemptive Love Farm

During Farm Tour 2017, we visited Redemptive Love Farm in Miccosukee, Florida near Tallahassee. The farm was full of children laughing and playing with the many animals on the farm. Most impressive were the many children helping with the tour. Brian and Shannon began taking in orphans. As they realized the compassion the children had for a few stray cats and dogs, they also…

Turkey Buzzard

I realize turkey buzzards are scavengers but they can be rather captivating when they lift up into the air. As I came close to a flock of buzzards on the side of the road, several of them stretched their wings and flew up into the trees. They really are big birds. I had my window down as I passed them. I was suddenly reminded why…

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Stephen C. Foster State Park

We took a homeschool field trip this past week to Stephen C. Foster State Park in Fargo, Georgia. This park is the main entrance into the legendary Okefenokee Swamp, which is one of Georgia’s seven natural wonders. The tour guide took us deep into the swamp, turned off the boat motor and let us enjoy the sounds of the swamp. The silence of the swamp was…

Beautiful Imperfection

Her wing was broken but she flew anyway.

Donkey!

 

A Wild Experience!

My family and I spent the weekend in Columbus, Georgia. It was the first real family vacation we have had in several years. From walking through an abandoned cemetery to getting slobbered on by water buffalo, we had quite an adventure. Of course, I took plenty of pictures. Providence Canyon (aka Georgia’s Little Grand Canyon) is a Georgia state park and was formed by…

Cattle

Odom Farms Arlington, GA

Shy

Cow

I guess I’ve lived in Georgia long enough to have developed a fondness for cows. I decided to stop and take pictures of the cows in this field. They were all either up by the barn or turned away from me. But, the longer I stood there, the more curious they became. This was the first one to come over and greet me.

Curious Cows

The curiosity of cows is an interesting thing. Once the first cow walked to the fence, then the whole herd followed. They were nice enough to pose for some really cute pictures. I love cows. ♥