Hark, Who Appears in Yonder Meadow

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Every time I think I won’t see Ross again until he gets back at the end of the year from his long at-sea….
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….he shows up at my back door!
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Here, he is enlisting his baby sister in completing his fabulous dream deer stand in the far upper pasture.


Happy fourth of July!

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on July 4, 2013  

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  1. 7-4
    6:13
    pm

    Some surprises are just too cool, eh?

  2. 7-4
    6:48
    pm

    Happy Fourth of July to you too!

    Your kids are so awesome. I’m glad Ross wants to marry and stay here in WV!

    Guessing the storm didn’t give you a direct hit, luckily. We in Kanawha Co. are VERY water logged.

  3. 7-4
    8:57
    pm

    I hope she made a deal that she gets to hunt also.

  4. 7-5
    7:15
    am

    That did make it a Happy 4th!

  5. 7-5
    9:33
    am

    The instant I saw her carrying…??…a ladder? I KNEW Ross had to be behind it!!! Lucky Mom, lucky girl, lucky family!!!

    Nancy in Iowa

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