The rock field is growing
I didn't get many pictures as it was still dark. We got to the farm late saturday evening and left before 7 am sunday and it was overcast.
It has been so dry up there the seed couldn't germinate until about a week before the picture. Then it rained so hard it washed trenches in the field. And washed a lot of seed off the field and into the road.
My nephew Robby checking out the pumpkins I planted along side the sugar beet field trying to find the biggest one.
The reason I was at the farm for such a short time was to see my Niece Lauren start a week tour with the Girl Scouts. Ft Mackinaw Honor Gard on Mackinaw Island.
Lauren marching with the Girl Scout Honor Gard. To raise flags at Fort Mackinaw.
My Niece at her first post in Ft Mackinaw. Explaining how troops lived in the fort.
My sister getting things ready at the Girl Scout camp at Ft Mackinaw sunday morning
Mackinaw Island in Lake Huron in Michigan is great. The only two motorized vehicles allowed on the island are a fire truck and a ambulance I believe. Its really cool crossing the street and not have to worry about getting hit by a car. But you have to watch for the horse carriages and bikes.
My BIL Bob, Sister and nephew Robby.
Horse and Carriage leaving the fort after delivering supplies.
From the top of Ft Mackinaw. You can just barely see Mackinaw Bridge in the background.
Fort Mackinaw as seen from the ferry.