Mary French, Medway, Ohio, and her mother’s sisters, Opha Baldridge, Siloam, Ky., June Vansickle, Medway, Ohio, and Deane Veach, Arcadia, Fla. welcome the tractor riders back with signs and greetings every year.
Reva Montgomery, Lordstown, Ohio, reads her Farm and Dairy during a break from her 48-mile antique tractor ride aboard a Farmall H with the Florida Flywheelers in Lake Wales, Fla.
Farm and Dairy joined newlyweds Robert and Denise Bologa, Uniontown, Ohio, on their honeymoon at the Dreams Resort and Spa in Cancun, Mexico. The couple was married Oct. 22, but Hurricane Rina delayed their honeymoon.
Bill, Lois, Ada, Afton and Anne Freeman, of Galena, Ohio, brought their Farm and Dairy with them on a two-week vacation to Maui, Hawaii and Oahu during the holidays. Farm and Dairy says aloha!
Chuck and Bev Lumley, of Minerva, Ohio, visited the Twins spring training baseball complex while vacationing in Fort Myers, Fla., in March. Thanks for taking us along!
Loren and Barb Hopkins, of Kinsman, Ohio, took Farm and Dairy on an African safari to the Serengetti in Tanzania, Africa, Feb. 11.
Well, naturally, Farm and Dairy readers would visit farms wherever they travel! Cindy Habrun, of Bolivar, Ohio, visited her son while he was studying abroad in Argentina. They visited a traditional Argentine “estancia” or ranch, and met some of the gauchos working there.
Sonny Hayashi, now of Carrollton, Ohio, gave Farm and Dairy a treat when he took us along on a visit to family in Japan with his wife, Teruko (not pictured) and their 4-year-old daughter, Kyla, last year. In the Tokyo Station, we were impressed by this Bullet Train (Japan’s famous Super Express train, called Shin-kan-sen). […]
Rosemarie and Ken Ritter, of Columbia Station, Ohio, traveled to Advocate Harbor in Nova Scotia, Canada, with Farm and Dairy for a wedding. Ken barely made the picture, but don’t blame us, we didn’t take it!
Ciara, Rheese, Ron and Muriel Goodemote, of West Middlesex, Pa., camped in a tent for two weeks while visiting Alaska. Farm and Dairy joined the family, fishing for halibut and visiting the Alaskan pipeline and Denali National Park.
Denise Votaw, Apple Creek, Ohio, brought Farm and Dairy to Fort Bliss, Texas, while visiting her grandchildren, Keelie and Wyatt Gault. Keelie and Wyatt’s father, Ryan, and his wife, Tawny, are stationed in Fort Bliss.
Dean Asimes, North Royalton, Ohio, and Phil Billick, Lower Salem, Ohio, spent some time in Naples, Fla. escaping the Ohio weather, golfing and reading Farm and Dairy.
Rodney and Andrew Gordon, both of Sugarcreek, Ohio, and John Bowers, of Dover, Ohio, vacationed at Disney World during the holidays and visited the Christmas tree at the Grand Floridian Hotel. Their families, and Farm and Dairy newspaper came along for the ride!
Brothers Don Carr, of New Concord, Ohio, left, and Dean Carr, of Newton Falls, Ohio, brought Farm and Dairy along elk hunting in Craig, Colo., the “Elk Hunting Capital of the World.”
Roger, Kayla, Eric and Chris Donnamiller, of Willard, Ohio, relaxed in the balmy weather of Jamaica recently. Farm and Dairy got to enjoy the palm trees and coconuts too!
Janet Harp, left, of Hanoverton, Ohio, and Barb Sell, right, of Lisbon, Ohio, took Farm and Dairy along on a trip to Nashville, Tenn. They saw four shows and took a riverboat cruise during the trip.
Zak, Max, Kim and Curt Keisler took a long ski weekend in Beaver Creek, Colo. and brought Farm and Dairy to the top of the mountain! The Plantation, Fla. residents spend summers at their family farm in Western Pa.
From left, Sara, Sandy and Don Campbell, North Jackson, Ohio, vacationed at the Denver, Colo. Western Stock Show to watch the Classic Finals and full card of hitch classes. They went to see four of their gray geldings, shown in the Flat Rock hitch owned and shown by Greg Rowe, of Bellevue, Ohio.
Linda and Roy Ealy, of West Finley, Pa., showed Roy’s Farmall M at the 2012 Pa. Farm Show. Farm and Dairy got a front row seat!
Shawn and Ron Moore, of Hickory, Pa. think Farm and Dairy looks good mounted on the front of Shawn’s Allis-Chalmers D-17 at the 2012 Pa. Farm Show.