Holly and Brian Wolfe of Denver, Colo. are amused at the Farm and Dairy headline, “Cold and snow?” as they enjoy the warmth and sunshine at Mahogany Bay, Roatan, an island off the coast of Honduras. The island stop was part of their mid-winter cruise.
Farm and Dairy feels like part of the family with Don Trummer of Washingtonville, Ohio, his two brothers Bob and Patt and his children and grandchildren. Bob and his family recently went to Daytona Beach in Florida and gathered for this family photograph.
Honestly, whatever trouble Dan Sheppard of Kensington, Ohio, got into in Salem, MA, Farm and Dairy was not involved. Another innocent bystander, Barb Sheppard (below), accompanied Dan on a 10-state fall foliage tour in October.
Brothers Jim and Roberts of Youngstown brought Farm and Dairy up north to Echo Ranch Bible Camp in Auke Bay, Alaska. The brothers spent a month serving as staff members. And, no, we couldn’t see Russia from the camp as we were located on the southeast peninsula near Juneau.
Charles Call of Stow, Ohio brought Farm and Dairy to the Ag Connect Expo in Orlando, Fla. in January.
Dan Hemminger of Alvada, Ohio, and Karen Keck of Saxonburg, Pa., took Farm and Dairy along with them when they visited Hell, Mich., recently.
Farm and Dairy enjoyed the warm sun and the ocean breeze with Harold Baker and his grandsons, Kurt and Keith. The New Waterford family visited Sanibel Island in Florida.
While on a fishing and antelope-hunting trip with a friend, Bill Miknis of Navarre, Ohio, took time out to visit Rugby, N.D. The group visited Montana and North Dakota. Thanks for taking Farm and Dairy along.
Charlie Hawkins of Minerva, Ohio, a loyal Farm and Dairy subscriber, visited family in Bedford, Texas, over the holidays. The trip wouldn’t be complete without a visit to Dallas Fort Worth Stockyards and a stop off at Billie Bob’s to get a picture holding up a recent issue of Farm and Dairy while Charlie sat […]
Bill Bakan of Hartville, Ohio, attended Punkin’ Chunkin’ in Delaware in November and took Farm and Dairy along with him. Punkin’ Chunkin’ has been a part of Delaware for more than 20 years now. Contestants launch a pumpkin to see whose goes the farthest. The event draws tens of thousands of people to the corn […]