Frances Shearer of East Canton, Ohio, is pictured along with sons, Scott Shearer of Morrow, Ga., and Bill Shearer of Lakewood, Colo., took a cruise and tour of China Nov. 7-19. They stand, along with Farm and Dairy, along the snow-covered Great Wall of China. Frances, 82, described the climb as “very treacherous, but I […]
Frank Muellner of Mayfield Heights, Ohio, took Farm and Dairy with him on his trip to Las Vegas in September. He stands in front of the Bugsy Siegel Memorial at the Flamingo hotel and casino.
A.J., Lilly, Michele, Regina and Tommy Kornbau and Bob, Grace, Collin and Logan Zimmerman took Farm and Dairy with them on their trip to Fort Sumter National Monument in Charleston, S.C.
While fishing on Devil’s Lake in North Dakota and hunting antelope near Forsyth, Mont., Bill Harvey Jr. of DuBois, Pa., took time out to pose with Farm and Dairy in Rugby, N.D.
William and Judith Greer of Richmond, Ohio, attended the National Quartet Convention Sept. 17 at the Louisville Convention Center in Louisville, Ky. They took Farm and Dairy along as part of the Warther Museum Travel tour group.
Chuck and Tina (pictured) Dazey of Louisville, Ohio, took Farm and Dairy along with them to Las Vegas to celebrate the marriage of their daughter. They took a chance at the slots, but they quickly found out it was a better gamble reading Farm and Dairy.
Rich, Beverly, Matt and Jenny Fisher of Dover, Ohio, took Farm and Dairy along and spent some time in Austin, Texas, to visit relatives. Matt, Jenny and Rich are pictured at the Broken Spoke, which is considered the last of the true Texas dance halls.
Holly and Kevin Friend of LaGrange, Ohio, took Farm and Dairy along with them to the Big Island of Hawaii on their honeymoon. Kevin snapped a photo of Holly holding Farm and Dairy standing in front of the statue, “The Great Kamehameha.” Kamehameha was the great king who united all the Hawaiian islands under his […]
Kenny and Patty Rose (at right) of Hammondsville, Ohio, stand with Sue and Jim Alkire, owners of ABC Campground in Branson, Mo., outside the campground. They were on the Good Sam Caraventure.
Jeff Wrikeman of Amsterdam, Ohio, posed with Farm and Dairy when he stopped at the Veterans Memorial at Shinnston, W.Va., on his way to Worthing, W.Va., to visit family and friends.
Kylie (left) and Olivia McLean of Salem, Ohio, took Farm and Dairy along as they vacationed in Louisville, Ky., where Kylie participated in the Jr. Guernsey Show at the North American International Livestock Exposition.
Stephen M. Brown of Williamsfield, Ohio, took Farm and Dairy to read when he visited his son in North Zulch, Texas.
Josh and Jen Simmerman of Peoli, Ohio, took Farm and Dairy with them on their honeymoon to the Great Smoky Mountains near Pigeon Forge, Tenn.
Judge Mary DeGenaro and husband Steve vacationed with Farm and Dairy on Maui, the “Road to Hana.”
Bob Gooderl of Amsterdam, Ohio, took Farm and Dairy along when he stopped at the Veterans Memorial at Shinnston, W.Va., on his way to Worthing, W.Va., to visit family and friends.
Farm and Dairy visited Minot Air Force Base in Minot, N.D., where the Slagle’s daughter-in-law, Capt. Sarah Slagle, was stationed as part of the medical group. Pictured are Dave, Dusty and Debbie Slagle.
Charles Franek and family are standing in front of the Schloss Charlottenburg Museum/Palace in Berlin, Germany. They took Farm and Dairy along with them for the 12th International Association of Athletics Federations World Championships in Athletics. Bridget, holding Farm and Dairy, ran in the steeple chase for the U.S.
Austintown Middle School Assistant Principal Jim Penk and son Jacob Penk of New Middletown, Ohio, traveled to Marine Corps Camp Lejeune, N.C., to welcome home Lance Corporal Jeffrey Penk (son/brother). Jeffrey returned home from a seven-month deployment to the Middle East, just in time for Christmas. Thanks for taking Farm and Dairy along on such […]
Dave and Candy Miller of Caldwell, Ohio, and their grandson Branson VanFleet of Pleasant City, Ohio, took Farm and Dairy along to the American Museum of Natural History in New York.
The Ralph Wince family brought Farm and Dairy along to the Oak Island Lighthouse in Caswell Beach, N.C. Pictured are (left to right) Chris, Wade, Emmalee, Olivia and Ralph.