I thought I’d begin the year with some of my favorite photos from the last year.
We’ll lead with the “barn dogs” one cold December morning.
Here’s a shot you can only get once a year – frost on a zinnia.
As a storm passed, we had great mammatus clouds overhead.
It’s really quite remote and quiet where we’re at – a reminder on a cold winter morning.
There’s also a continual cycle of life on the farm.
Things can change in a hurry – a day firing the maple syrup stove turns nasty, so in goes the stove into the shed – improvisation is always a great quality to have.
Garlic – we were lucky to get it out during the wet early summer.
More invention on the farm – this time Martin’s cat feeding station.
After many years of angst and fundraising, the ribbon cutting for the ag incubator building at MCC happened this year.
Linda’s pies and fruit from the farm – a combination to die for!.
A great lunch spot at Devil’s Lake Wisconsin.
Finally, the kids at perhaps one of the world’s best outdoor playgrounds – Baptism Falls along the coast of Lake Superior.