And look what happened! It cleared just as we pulled into the parking lot. :-)
If you look closely, you can see the back of Matt, who was driving the Mule. This is as close as we got to any of the Roloff family, which is probably good. Kevin made me promise not to freak out before he would even consider going there. (I'm friends with Matt's mom, Grandma Peggy, so I can freak out with her anytime.)
Andrea and me on the old living room couch that disappeared during the remodel. It's now situated in the barn where you buy the tickets for the tour.
I knew about the zip line, but a BIKE? Eek! Notice the lack of lines because of the "bad" weather?
Though the series is keeping us in suspense about whether or not they'll be able to come up with the money to finish the remodel, here's a sneak peak of the front of the house. Absolutely beautiful.
The sign says: MEN'S CRISIS CENTER: No criticizing men in the barn
Church attendance is very important, especially if you're in a Western town.
Family portrait. Can I say how mean I felt when I put "Angel" down on another sidewalk for this picture? But if I hadn't kept her out of the frame, I couldn't have shared it.
Andrea just had to go.
There's a new law in town!
Molly's Castle--the tour guide says it might be finished by the time Molly has children
Joshua in the pumpkin field. He's actually really far from me, so I got to try out my new camera's zoom.
Sven's newest art contribution to the farm is a complete house of pumpkins. Very, very cool.
Of course we went so early the pumpkins molded well before the 31st. Oh well, it was fun! One thing that really surprised me is how close everything really is. There are homes all around the Roloff's, but clever camera angles make it seem like they are isolated. The sports courts, play areas, and pumpkin field aren't very far from the home.
If you're wondering why I'm posting this on November 2, stayed tuned for the next post which will explain everything ...