Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Easter Trip

We had a nice Easter in North Dakota.
It rained allot, but was in the 40's.

It was fun to have a bunch of girls there to play "Dora The Explorer" with.

We even made our way into town to check out the stores in the small town of Harvey. With a population of only 1,989 it does have quite a few nice shops.

The kids thought we where in the middle of nowhere, because there is no cell phone signal at the ranch. They where technically challenged with only a phone line to connect to the outside world.

The guys spent most of their time working on farm machinery while we cooked, did puzzles, went on walks and scoured through antique's that have been left at the ranch for generations.

It is amazing how many things family's can acquire in the years of living at a place.

I'm going to have to do some research to find out how much things are worth.

It would be cool if "Antiques Road Show" would come to help me out!


Twisted Fencepost said...

Sounds like you had an enjoyable Easter.
Nothing like holidays and family!

Paula said...

Looks like a good time was had by all! I'm wanting to hear more about the shops in Harvey, of course!
Heard that the Sheyenne River (is that some weird ND spelling?) is trying to bust out of it's dikes now. Crazy weather going on in your new state!

Ed said...

Fun times, you need time away from technology...:-)

Shelby said...

Looks like you guys were having a truly fantastic time together!! I can see the joy of family all over your whole beings.. :) cheers!