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Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Apple Creek and Mt Eaton

These first two photos are in Apple Creek Ohio.

This is a village in Wayne County. It is basically self-sustaining, for everyday living.

We went through Mt Eaton. I attended this school in third grade. 

Rush hour in Mt Eaton. 

Monday, July 24, 2017

Pinecraft Home For Sale


Front view on Clarinda Street

Back Yard

This home has five bedrooms
Four and a half baths
2,778 Square feet
Price: $419,000

Click on link for more information and pictures of this home. 
Cindy Wiegand
LICENSED REAL ESTATE BROKER

          2200 Cattlemen Rd 
        Sarasota, FL 34232
 
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     Direct 941.926.0959
 
           Office 941.923.6024 
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Click the following link to view the Listing:
http://mfr.mlsmatrix.com/DE.asp?k=2901500XBW2T&p=DE-190999039-655 

Sunday, July 23, 2017

Sunday's Photos in Wayne & Holmes County Ohio

Getting ready to play Volleyball, somewhere in Wayne County Ohio.





Johnson's School grounds. During the summer months animals are kept in the playground to keep the grass down. Rather than having the big animals get caught in the swings, the swings are hanging over the top bar. 

Playing "Pitch and Catch."



Produce Farming

Goose Bottom Creek. The red barn in the distance was where my great-grandfather Honsa Mony lived as a young married man. Later before any of his children were married he moved north of Mt Hope. Within the last two years the farm was sold and many changes are being made. It is a reminder how generations come and go. And with time changes take place. This valley was the Indians hunting ground. They were driven out and the area was open for settlers, which brought Amish from Pennsylvania, including my ancestors. 




Saturday, July 22, 2017

Circle of Life

Five of my nieces. They were babies, 
then little girls, 
then teens,
now wives and now also mothers.
One generation comes while another one goes.     

Tuesday, July 18, 2017

Growing Old

When you grow old in Pinecraft, you are well taken care of.
 Especially so if you are an old dog with a kind master.  

Sunday, July 16, 2017

The Wayward Rabbit

I finally found these two again. It has been weeks since I saw them. I had even bought an apple for the excommunicated one, but I ended up eating the apple because he wasn't around. 

Tonight I tried to entice them with a few peanuts but when Sam, who did the excommunicating came driving by in his red pickup, they took off and ran behind a house.