Dorothy Yingling and Kenton Sherman of Bellevue and Joe and Joanne Sherman of Norwalk brought the Farm and Dairy newspaper along on a mystery trip with McMillen Tours.
Ken and Emily Brennan were married May 22 in Franklin, N.Y. Ken is originally from Evans City, Pa., but he is stationed in Kansas, where he met Emily.
We never get tired of the Corn Palace! Larry Marshall, of Canfield, Ohio, made the trip to Mitchell, S.D., over the Memorial Day weekend and, of course, had to take us along.
Marc and Terri Hunter (left), of Salem, Ohio, celebrated their 40th anniversary on a cross-country trip to California in May.
For their 19th anniversary Tom and Loretta Fultz, of Youngstown, visited Tom’s brother Joe and Carter Caves in Olive Hill, Ky. In 19 years of marriage Loretta had never met her brother-in-law.
Before the hurricane season hit, we traveled to Nags Head, on the Outer Banks of North Carolina, with the Grubbs family of Kensington, Ohio.
Alan and Nancy Howenstine of Alliance, Ohio, stopped at Indiana Dunes with Farm and Dairy. They were traveling with Joyce and Bob Stallsmith of Salem, Ohio, en route to visit the Stallsmith’s children and grandchildren in Chicago.
Farm and Dairy traveled to another continent with John and Paula Szalay from Peninsula, Ohio, recently. They visited a Maasai Village at the foothill of Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, Africa.
Farm and Dairy cruised Alaska with Jack and Mary Lou Hamilton, their daughter Christy and her husband Kirk Kelley.
Hank Simmons of Salem, Ohio, took Farm and Dairy with him on a trip to Punta Cana in the Dominican Republic. We enjoyed hanging out poolside with the palm trees and sunshine and can’t wait to go back! (Hint, hint, Simmons.)
While the rest of Farm and Dairy country was likely soggy and grumpy April 30-May 7, we basked in the 80-degree weather in Sarasota, Fla.
Larry Wales and his wife Sandy, of East Palestine, Ohio brought Farm and Dairy along with them to the Great Wall of China.
Toni and Jim Amey, of Canfield, Ohio, returned recently from Roger Hodgsons United Kingdom tour.
Dale Cerar, of Robinson Township, Pa., stands in front of Catherines Summer Palace in St. Petersburg, Russia
We climbed high into the Andes Mountains in Chile with Lisa Mangun, and her daughter Allison, earlier this year.
Go East, young man! And so we did, with Bob, Stephanie, and Jacob Rust, all of Greenville, Pa., when they visited the eastern most point in the U.S., Point Udall, in St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands.
Neil and Margaret Baker, along with daughter, Elizabeth, of Lisbon, Ohio, visited Hookipa Beach in Maui, Hawaii, recently. Elizabeth, 5, is pictured with Farm and Dairy.
Marielies Hanacek, right, from Canton, Ohio, visited her sister Emma Janssens recently in Lisse, Holland. We’re so glad they decided to bring Farm and Dairy with them while they tiptoed through the tulips at the Keukenhof.
Robert Ruggles, of Mogadore, Ohio, traveled to the Grand Canyon National Park of Arizona March 28. Farm and Dairy took a spectacular South Rim Trail hike which started at Mather Point to Bright Angel Lodge.
Farm and Dairy went to Thailand, along with Donn McConnell, and his wife, Heather, owners of One Day Grange and Hubbard Lumber.