Train tracks run east-west about a mile north of our farm. Some say freight trains pass by every 15 minutes during the day. I’m inclined to agree. To get to my in-laws place and the farm shop, we have to cross these tracks. My brother-in-law has taken to tracking how much time he spends in a day stopped at a crossing waiting for a train. Continue reading
Illinois Farm Girl
I am a farmer's daughter, a farmers' wife, a mother, volunteer and gardener. My childhood spent on Rural Route 2 was filled with adventure, achievement, and a bushel of disappointments. But an appreciation for hardwork, nature's power, sunrises and sunsets keeps me believing that life on the farm is the greatest challenge tempered by the greatest rewards. This is the life & times of an Illinois farm girl.
- When God says, "Sit still," we should. Sit. Still. #wordlesswednesday illinoisfarmgirl.wordpress.com/2015/02/25/wor… 3 days ago
- Coal train at dusk. #countryliving #sunset http://t.co/ZWziea3b5X 3 days ago
- Forgot to share this pretty gem this morning. #Sunday sunshine http://t.co/bFc97S5SS7 5 days ago
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