When Paul and MaryAnn Mihaly of Lowellville, Ohio, traveled to Dollywood in Pigeon Forge, Tenn., in November, they grabbed Farm and Dairy, which is always up for some good times, to join them.
Sometimes all you want to do is read the Farm and Dairy. Such was the case with Neil and Laurie Morrison of Darlington, Pa., when they traveled to the Gran Casino Sardinero in Santander, Spain. The married couple of 29 years found that they enjoyed reading their favorite newspaper instead of gambling.
Farm and Dairy is always looking for new ways to cover stories, or more specifically, how to travel to and from the stories. Loyal reader Charles Call of Stow, Ohio, might have found the answer to our problem with the brand-new F 35 Lightning jet showcased at the International Manufacturing and Technology Show and Convention […]
Overseas travel is awesome. So when Mark Garmin from Mayfield Heights, Ohio, traveled to Warsaw, Poland, in October to visit the Palace of Culture and Science, there was no question that Farm and Dairy should come along. Who else to show Poland about culture than the best rural paper out there?
There are few experiences that top visiting one of our country’s national monuments. Dean and Martha Potts, of Woodsfield, Ohio, traveled to Mount Rushmore in South Dakota in July and Farm and Dairy loved every moment of the trip.
Enjoying nature at its purest is a great experience. One such way is trail riding, which is what Fritz and Wendy Rukenbrod of East Palestine, Ohio, decided to do when they traveled out west to the Gallatin National Forest in Big Sky, Mont. Along with their trusted mounts, Buddy and Spot, another traveler joined them: […]
While there are some great places on Earth, there is only one that can claim to be the happiest place on Earth; Disney World. So what better place to take the best newspaper on Earth, right? Ron Cornwell of New Middletown, Ohio, thought so when he vacationed there with his family and five grandchildren during […]
Achieving life goals is a great pursuit and when someone succeeds, it is worth mentioning. Tom Latham of Homeworth, Ohio, had two goals in life. The first was to retire accident free after more than 50 years of transport trucking, which he completed. The second was to be a train engineer. Latham fulfilled his second […]
Sometimes you have to mix work with vacation. Such was the case with Sam and Claire Murral of Freeport, Ohio, when they traveled to Reno, Nevada, for the National Milk Producer’s Federation annual meeting as young cooperator representatives through Dairy Farmers of America. During the trip, Farm and Dairy managed to convince them to take […]
Visiting famous literature locations can be an educational and fun experience. Such was the case when Dick and Jane Miller of Dover, Ohio, visited the home of Anne of Green Gables in Avonlea, Prince Edward Island, in October 2010.
There is nothing like riding a motorcycle. Farm and Dairy loves it, and was pleased to join Russell Ety of Newark, Ohio, as he participated in the Sturgis, S.D., Bike Week, and then visited the Crazy Horse Monument (pictured), Mount Rushmore and Custer State Park. Thanks for bringing us along!
History trips are a great time, and Farm and Dairy was thrilled to tag along when the Perkins family (pictured left to right: Anna, Abby, Andrew and A.J.) from Medina, Ohio, visited the Civil War battlefield of Gettysburg, Pa.
They may be on a girls’ weekend out, but they couldn’t leave Farm and Dairy at home (maybe because they couldn’t leave its editor, Susan Crowell, at home, either!). Yvonne Bennett (L-R), of Salem; Jane Moff, of Columbiana; Debbie Grammer, of Sebring; Lori Moff, of Boardman; and Dianne Shoemaker, of Salem, felt at home in […]
When faithful readers of Farm and Dairy, Howard and Doris Caldwell of Venango, Pa., visited Old Faithful at Yellowstone National Park, Wyo., in September, Farm and Dairy was right there with them.
Not everyone gets to experience Farm and Dairy — and not everyone gets to travel the world, so we appreciate our readers taking the time to share us, and their travels. That is exactly what Janet Anderson from Greenfield, Ohio, did when she visited these Andean villagers in the Lake Titicaca high plateau in southern […]
Celebrating an anniversary is a special moment and one Farm and Dairy was honored to attend when Kathleen Plyler and her husband, from Dempseytown, Pa., visited Bird in Hand, Pa., for their 40th anniversary. Congratulations to both of you.
Sometimes you have to show the rich and famous what they are missing. Harold and Maureen Campbell from Diamond, Ohio, did just that when they visited the 100,000-acre ranch of Bill Galt in Montana. Naturally, they brought along Farm and Dairy to show Mr. Galt just what he was missing.
California has so many interesting and fun places to explore. Highlights of a trip by Gene and Leona Huffman from Graham, N.C., included visiting the vegetable growing areas of Salinas, Calif., as well as the northern Redwood coastal area.
Visiting family is sometimes the best kind of trip and one Farm and Dairy loves to experience. Gene and Leona Huffman from Graham, N.C., brought along Farm and Dairy when visiting Gene’s cousins, Gary and Stephanie Stewart, both from Canton, Ohio, and Don and Helen Stewart from Knoxville, Tenn. The group met at the Switzerland […]
Who doesn’t love international travel? Even better is international travel with devoted readers of Farm and Dairy. Such is the case with Phyllis Savage from Dellroy, Ohio, when she visited Lucerne, Switzerland, with her husband. Both Phyllis and her husband have been loyal readers of Farm and Dairy for more than 30 years.