There is something fascinating to me about big rigs hauling huge loads. Our hay gets here from North Dakota. Even though we had to pay for the hay and the trucking it ended up being less expensive than buying hay from someone close by. Hay around here is anywhere between $180- $250 a ton. We were not going to pay that much. It took a lot of looking, but we finally found something to fit our budget.
September 26, 2012
August 24 2012 was the first day of school here. We'd had a long hot summer, done lots of fun things and the kids were ready to go back to school. Funny how after school got out in May Kiley asked me when Cailin and Colten were going back to school. I think she missed her time with Daniel and me. Well after we dropped them off Kiley asks when they would be home. You can get used to anything!
Two cousins decided to take on the challenge to climb a mountain: Table Rock. My sister Michelle and I had planned on doing it for a month, and decided to let them come along. It was not easy, but we all made it! Thank goodness for Uncle John who had to help Colten and Kade get to the very top as they both thought they'd come far enough when the fear of heights kicked in!