Trip to the Farm

Hubby's family owns a plot of land (about 19 acres) in north central Ohio, and someday it will be ours. When that will happen, we really don't know. We are hoping between 10 and 15 years. Anyways, we made a day trip down to see it to celebrate our belated anniversary, and talked about future plans. There currently isn't anything on the property except a bank barn the Hubby's Great-Granddad built like, 80 years ago. It is still in really really good shape, so it isn't gonna go anywhere. We talked about building a 2 story barn with an apartment on the second floor to start out, then building a house down the road, and what kind of things we would grow, and animals we would have. It was a really awesome day. Here are a few pics!
Main Street

Main Street

View of our farm from the road

View from the back tree line

In the woods

The barn


We also went over to the ridge outside of town. Nice view, eh?

More ridge

My first time using the self timer! Not so bad!

Covered bridge

View of the Mohican River from the bridge

The other side of the river


  1. your own piece of heaven~~ wow... what a beautful place....

  2. Wow, what beautiful pictures! My mom grew up in Richmond, OH and I have fond memories of going to spend summer vacation at Grandma's place. We looked in OH for land before we settled here because the scenery is so beautiful....but AR won out...just as beautiful, but warmer! Although, I think I would have liked to have had Ohio's summer this year.

    Oh, the plans you must be planning and the dreams you must be dreaming. What an exciting time!

  3. What a fantastic piece of property! And you have plenty of time to make plenty of plans! Perfect!

  4. Oh.My.Gosh.

    Hurry up and get there, would ya?!

    AWESOME! I can only imagine all the things you have rolling in that head of yours! Very excited for you!

  5. So rustic! I love it! Reminds me of the movie of Clint Eastwood and Meryl Streep ( oh, I forgot the title!)

  6. You got a fantastic view and looks so serene and quiet. I can imagine playing with all yoru animals...lovely!!!