Tuesday, July 06, 2010

Cute Farm

We spotted this farm just past Topeka, Kansas
on our drive to Colorado - isn't it charming?!

16 comments:

Katy~The Country Blossom said...

I love it! :) It's beautiful! :)

Ginger said...

That's what I love about the Midwest---the family farms.

Wendi said...

Certainly is charming. I always imagine how peaceful it must be to live on a cute little farm.

Cheryl said...

Beautiful! Looks like something right out of a magazine.

Anonymous said...

Beautiful!! Those folks are hard workers... I LOVE farms!!

Treasures Evermore said...

So cute...would love to move there.

Have a great day.

Crystal said...

oh that is my neck of the woods. We just live a little over an hour from there. We go to Topeka often when my daughter cheers for a semi pro football team. I love it.

Gaertegang said...

Ohhh ya it's adorable! I always love the look of the white fencing! What a dreamy place to live!

Lee said...

Oh, I love it. What a great shot!

Do you think they'd mind if I moved in?

petrii said...

Monica,
SO cute ~~ love the silo.

Have a Blessed evening,
Dawn

Elise said...

So super cute!! I would love to live there...
Elise

The Reynolds said...

I love anything barns and farming. That looks like a dream farm! Thanks for sharing!

debra said...

I love that. I think it would be so neat to live on a working farm. My husband doesn't agree though! :)

Heather's Blog-o-rama said...

Oh, that is cute...Linda over at Prairie Flower Farm lives in Kansas...You can find the link to her blog on my sidebar. I'll ask her about this!!!...Maybe she or someone else actually knows the people who own it?...I don't know...wild guess,...but it's worth a try!!! She's a really neat Christian lady like yourself who loves Jesus and her family :) :) Thanks for sharing the picture. One of my dreams is to live on a farm and/or ranch someday out in the country!!!

Love and hugs from Oregon,
Heather :) :) :)

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

How charming! I love a farm; especially a red one. Must get it from my Daddy. I'm new to your blog and I like what I see here so I'm signing up to follow. Hope you'll stop by and say 'Hello.'

Blessings,
Sandi

Heather's Blog-o-rama said...

I blogged a little bit about this post on my blog today...and posted a link...:) :) This sure is a cute farm!!! Hugs, Heather :)