We don’t get any days off on the farm. There is work to be down come hell or…well you get the point. Our goat farm is nestled into a hillside and the only access to it is by going across the driveway in, you guessed it, a canoe! Even though we were completely cut off by water we still were able to travel back and forth to the road via our trusty canoe.
The next morning I was up at 4:00 AM to get one of the members of the Mt. Capra team, Juan, across the lake. Afterward, I paddled all over enjoying the early morning mist.
By the next day, the rain had stopped and our temporary lake started to go down. That was when Elizabeth and I took the five little ones out for some short-lived canoe trips.
Tuesday was absolutely beautiful.
With the passing of the storm came some a stunning sunset over the farm.
Farm life is the best!
5 thoughts on “Temporary Lakefront Property”
I love the pictures. Your family is so lovely!
Thank you for the update on the heavy rains received. It is humbling when something like that happens. Weather is very powerful. The floods in Colorado are not so forgiving! Blessings to you and your family.
How delightful!! Thanks for sharing a piece of your life with us! God Bless you all!
What a beautiful image of a bright and happy family playing in the rain and the water!
Wow, Joe! The Good Lord has truly blessed you in so many ways (and I know you are smart enough to realize that). Over the years, I have enjoyed recommending your Solar Synergy post-workout powder to all those who would listen (both young and old). It tastes good and makes my belly feel good too! Enjoy all those good-looking “little people”!!! 🙂