Sharon and Ron Noah, of Auburn Township, Ohio, displaying a few great catches — one being the Farm and Dairy they brought with them on vacation to Anna Maria Island, Florida, in March.
Dale Cerar, of Robinson Township, Pennsylvania, recently spent a few days in Paris before taking a cruise of the Moselle and Rhine rivers that ended in Basel, Switzerland. Before leaving the famed City of Lights, Cerar and the latest edition of Farm and Dairy posed for photo beneath the Eiffel Tower.
Harry Weaver, of Philo, Ohio, visited Jefferson National Park in the Dry Totugas, 70 miles off the coast of Key West, Florida. The park is the most remote national park in the U.S. Thanks for bringing Farm and Dairy along!
Susan Emerson Nutter and her husband Scott Nutter, spent a few days at the Bedford Springs Resort in Bedford, Pa. recently. While traveling around Beford, Susan made it a point to take along a Farm and Dairy and was glad to show it off as they made a stop in Schellsburgh, Pa.
Rob and Keri McGary, of Volant, Pennsylvania, are reading Farm and Dairy while visiting The Savannah Candy Store on River Street in Savannah, Georgia.
Kim and Margaret Mudgett, of Zanesville, Ohio, visited the Florida Flywheelers Tractor Show and Flea Market in Fort Meade, Florida, Jan. 14. The Mudgetts said the flea market has some very interesting displays.
Sarah Shemenski and Robert Napier, beat the winter blues on a cruise to the western Caribbean. They visited Roatan, Honduras, Feb. 12 and got engaged. The couple operates Shemenski Farms in Newcomerstown, Ohio. They produce grass-fed and finished beef.
Todd Peters and Tara Beckman escaped Ohio in January to vacation in sunny Negril, Jamaica. They also brought Farm and Dairy along for the trip.
While we all were freezing in Ohio Feb. 18-28, George and Nancy Bradley, of Vienna, Ohio, were visiting Antigua, Guatemala. The couple was on a mission trip and vacationing. They are standing in front of a volcano that lets off steam on occasion.
Bill Mondak, Eastern Ohio Syngenta representative, and his wife, Joyce, visited the Syngenta Seed Nursery on the island of Kauai on Christmas Eve, 2014. And of course, they took along the Farm and Dairy to read on the long flight to Hawaii.