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Thursday, June 06, 2013

I woke in Kentucky

We left the Neophyte homestead at 4 am yesterday, in torrential rain. At times we couldn't see the road. But we were determined to push a head of it.  Small asked why it seems to always be raining when we do things. I told him its because we refuse to do things the easy way. He nodded, and went back to sleep. 


The rest of the trip was uneventful. I did get a phone call from the family staying at the homestead, Muriel calved that morning we left.





After 14 1/2 hours, I found Small Farm Girl.


And a new adventure awaits.







 

9 comments:

bbarna said...

Life is truly an adventure!!
Right now I go through the days holding my breath as my middle son is doing a bicyle trip across Canada. He is doing it alone, with no electronic gadgets, although he did take the time to find a computer with internet to let me know his first four days have been great-and thanks for the map,Mom :-)
Wishing you all the best.
Barb from Canada

edifice rex said...

Yay!! Good luck and best wishes! I think ya'll will enjoy Kentucky.

Carolyn said...

So happy you've made it! And just a teeny-tiny jealous that you're neighbors with a blogging buddy.

Catherine said...

We're SO glad you're here...even if it's temporary right now!!! Can't wait to meet you in person!

LauraH said...

I am so happy to have been a loyal reader for a couple years now, and I am ecstatic that I get to watch as your new adventure unfolds.

:) I'm so happy for you and your family! I really hope to see you flourish in the next few weeks/months/years.

To your continued journey!

<3, laura

Robbyn said...

YAAAAYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Sandy said...

I'm happy the family has arrived in Kentucky and everything went well with your long drive. Now it's time for new beginnings in a new place. Are the boys excited?
We're you able to get your animals there?

Linda said...

Congratulations! Just curious--where is the road cut into rock? It sure looks like lots of Alabama where I live.

West Tx at Heart said...

Your just an awesome mom. Had to say it.

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