Sassafras Farm Sign

Nov
26


First obstacle: Get a signpost in the ground.


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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on November 26, 2011  

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  1. 11-26
    1:47
    am

    You betcha! Stake that claim!
    Just don’t let Clover see that equine prancing over the Sassafras name.

  2. 11-26
    2:17
    am

    Love it!

  3. 11-26
    2:21
    am

    Beautiful!

  4. 11-26
    6:12
    am

    She’s still got that huge smile on her face!!!

  5. 11-26
    6:13
    am

    I like it! Have sweet memories of playing in my Grandfathers yard that held a huge sassafras tree. May you make great memories here at your new farm! :happyflower:

  6. 11-26
    7:36
    am

    So happy for you Suzanne. The farm is just beautiful!! How much better this is going to be for you!! Can’t wait to see more pictures. :snoopy:

  7. 11-26
    7:54
    am

    Love the sign! I’m so happy for you and Morgan (and Weston and Ross)! I’ve followed your farm adventures since you first began and this is a wonderful “next step”. Your new farm is just beautiful. Thank you for sharing it with us.

  8. 11-26
    9:09
    am

    Love the sign!! You need a rustic pole to put it on…pipe or something. Youre moving so fast with everything!! Youre going to need to rest a bit soon girl! Youre making me tired just reading all the stuff youre doing! So excited for you in it all….JJ Michigan

  9. 11-26
    9:31
    am

    L.O.V.E. the new sign! Snag one of the guys to dig the hole before they desert you this weekend :)

  10. 11-26
    9:51
    am

    Beautiful sign!
    Can’t wait to see it hanging at the end of the drive-way!

  11. 11-26
    10:02
    am

    LOL was just gonna post the same thing CindyP posted! Just saw pre-assembled posts at Home Depot yesterday that would work for that I think :yes:

    dede

  12. 11-26
    10:24
    am

    Suzanne, that is wonderful, I agree a post is next concreted in place.
    I still want sassafras. Do you know about when it is harvested? My grandmother used to make soft molasses cookies with sassafras frosting. It makes the best cookies there is.

  13. 11-26
    10:33
    am

    LOVE the sign. Where did you get it? I can’t wait to see it hanging.
    Holstein woman:I’m intrigued by your sassafras frosting.Do you use the roots or leaves? What does the recipe say-would you post it?

  14. 11-26
    10:40
    am

    Great sign, love the horse on it!

  15. 11-26
    10:51
    am

    CUTE HAIR Morgan!!!
    Love the sign too!

  16. 11-26
    11:24
    am

    Morgan is so happy she pulled her hair from over her eye so she can see everything! She is just beaming and probably dreaming of horses. Now that you are accessible year round, you better prepare for the sleepovers at your your house! :yes:

    Just think Suzanne, if you run out of foil in January, no big deal! :shimmy:

  17. 11-26
    11:33
    am

    Love the sign and Morgan looks so happy! Clover may not be with the horse on the sign but I am sure she will get over it with a cookie or 2. Happy that your happy. And yes cute hair!
    You are in my prayers.

  18. 11-26
    11:46
    am

    :happyflower: A very nice sign indeed, another sign, as I see it, is the incredible weather you had for this moving venture, some rain, but no ice and snow. Everthing has come together so nicely for you, not saying there were not some worrysome times and stress, but the end result proves that someone is looking out for you and the family, all is good. We should all count our blessings, wag our tails and move on. :woof:

  19. 11-26
    11:47
    am

    That is a beautiful sign Suzanne. It reminds me of the woodworking my Dad use to do. Thanks for sharing, your sign brought back so many comforting memories.

  20. 11-26
    1:54
    pm

    And Morgan has her horse!!!! No wonder she’s so happy about the sign!

  21. 11-26
    1:58
    pm

    Love it!!! Love the smile on Morgan’s face even more. Love all the open space & sunshine in the background the most!

  22. 11-26
    2:25
    pm

    Oh what a nice looking sign…love it….you grab one of the guys that helped to move you…they’ll dig a hole for a stake for you!
    That girl smiling with the new hair do and EYES is so pretty! Better keep her! LOL

    Mrs. Turkey

  23. 11-26
    4:43
    pm

    :woof:
    Hope in the future you will be selling some of your sassafras for Spring tea, I love the tea in the spring, a very old tonic.

  24. 11-26
    5:34
    pm

    Great sign!
    Morgan looks so happy.

  25. 11-26
    7:11
    pm

    Is everyone sure this is Morgan? I thought it was Ross. So happy for you Suzanne and more so for the animals. I worried about some of them at the other place.

  26. 11-26
    8:54
    pm

    Yes, that’s Morgan! (Ross doesn’t smile like that!) :snoopy:

  27. 11-26
    8:56
    pm

    …at least not in the photos I’ve seen om this blog!

  28. 11-26
    11:48
    pm

    Very Cool.

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