Don Potter of Marietta, Ohio, took Farm and Dairy along with him to Litchfield Beach, S.C., to join his family vacation. Pictured with Don, holding Farm and Dairy, are his brothers Bob, Jim, Mark and Chuck.
James Wells of Grafton, Ohio, traveled to St. Thomas, Virgin Islands, with Farm and Dairy in hand.
These Farm and Dairy readers vacationed to Disney World in Florida, along with Farm and Dairy (left to right): Janet Hays of Kensington, Ohio, and Patti, Sarah, Hannah and Doug Jarvis of Homeworth, Ohio.
Mike and Lynnette Pauley of Parma, Ohio, took Farm and Dairy along to Powpow Beach on their honeymoon in Maui, Hawaii. Congratulations and aloha!
Craig and Linda Thoricht of Doylestown, Ohio, took Farm and Dairy along during their trip to Ireland. Here we are by a sign for the Irish National Stud, a government-owned and operated horse breeding facility.
Sue and Russell Ety of Newark, Ohio, took Farm and Dairy along on their 12-day trip to Las Vegas and the canyons. Pictured are Sue and Russell at Arches National Park. They also visited Lake Powell, Sedona, Four Corners, Monument Valley, Grand, Brice and Zion Canyons and spent four days in Vegas.
Dr. Terrence J. Martzial Jr. of New Middletown, Ohio, and his granddaughters, Tiffany (holding Farm and Dairy) and Tara Childs took Farm and Dairy along to Las Vegas in August. Viva Las Vegas!
Lance and Jaimye Weaver honeymooned with Farm and Dairy Sept. 22-28 in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic, at the Excellence Resort.
Jennifer and Terry Sickafuse took Farm and Dairy along when they went to visit family in Chicago. They wanted to see some great art to go along with the great literature they were reading. The painting is Grant Wood’s American Gothic at the Art Institute of Chicago.
John Mangun and his daughter Johnna of Carrollton, Ohio, took Farm and Dairy along on their father-daughter trip out west. Here we are at the lower falls of Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming.
Greg Manners of Ringoes, N.J., and his niece Hannah Mazur took Farm and Dairy along on their Disney Magic cruise to the Western Caribbean. Thanks to Greg for holding on tight to Farm and Dairy — the wind conditions made it very difficult to keep us from blowing away!
Dorothy Fels, of Pittsburgh, and Zita Reis took Farm and Dairy with them on their beach vacation to the Outer Banks, N.C. The weather was windy and chilly, but fortunately the ladies brought Farm and Dairy along to read.
Holding their weekly copy of Farm and Dairy on their August vacation to Alaska are Sam and Dotty Hopkins and their friends Larry and Sharon Rizor from Nineveh, Greene County, Pa.
Bill and Becky Bliley of Waterford, Pa., took Farm and Dairy along with them to Bliss, N.Y., to see the wind parks developed by Noble Environmental Power.
Farm and Dairy was taken on a missionary trip to Honduras, Central America, in August. Pictured are Servando Guevara (left) and Jeff Redmond, both of Beaver County, Pa., who helped construct a kitchen to help feed about 250 children per day in the rural town of Lepaterique.
Kenny Wise of Jeromesville, Ohio, took Farm and Dairy along to the Bastogne Belgium’s Public Square on the 65th anniversary of D-day in Europe. The tour included Paris; Utah Beach; Omaha Beach; Reims, France; Belgium; Luxembourg, Germany; Hitler’s “Eagle Nest” at Berchtesgaden; Kehlstein Mountain; Austria; U.S. military cemeteries and the Dachau Concentration Camp at Munich, […]
Rod Clovis, his fiancee Willie Elliott and granddaughter Abigale Clovis, all of Wadestown, W.Va., took Farm and Dairy along when they visited his grandchildren, Jessica and Zach, who live in Anchorage, Alaska. Zach is shielding his eyes from the 18-hour-a-day summer sun.
Paul and Eleanor Kampfer of Salem, Ohio, friends Edith and Karl Peterson of Dayton, Ohio, and brother Frank and Ginnie Gall of Salem are holding Farm and Dairy by the Chapel Tower Bridge in Lucern, Switzerland, during a 10-day tour of the country marking the 50th anniversary of the Galls.
Katie Ratvasky of Edinburg, Pa., took Farm and Dairy with her to Booneville, Ark., for a 12-week summer internship with the USDA ARS. She worked with sheep, goats and cattle. Ratvasky is currently a junior at Penn State majoring in Animal Sciences.
Left to right, Bruce Reede, Rachel Clarice, Mike Snavely, Audrey Yane all of Athens, Ohio, Regina Horning of North Canton, Ohio, and Stacy Hall and Joe Vitale of Louisville, Ohio, took Farm and Dairy to Spruce Knob, the highest point in West Virginia and part of the Monongahela National Forest, during a camping trip at […]