The Transnistria parliament building with a statue of Lenin out front. In the city of Tiraspol, Transnistria. Photo taken December 9, 2016.
Where are Kevin and Ruth right now? Tiraspol, Transnistria...the country that doesn't exist.

Where are they going next? Northern Moldova. Arrive December 11th.

Monday, April 13, 2015

Life is a funny proposition

Finally, a beautiful spring day up here in Nova Scotia and we took advantage of it by spending some outdoors time at the Ross Farm Museum.

We actually had overnighted with the motorhome at the Ross Farm Museum back in May of 2011. Things were a little greener back then!

The kids love seeing all the animals.

Cameron, Ruth, and Sadie.

Petting the sheep!

These two oxen were huge.

And so was this rooster. He was a big boy!

Temperature around 10C (50F) with a sunny blue sky!

Sadie loves being in her sling.

Waiting for the blacksmith to show up.

This little plaque has been on the wall a long time! 
You may need to click on the pic to enlarge it in order to read it.

Cameron loves the animals.

Today is our last day in Nova Scotia. Tomorrow's blog post will be brought to you live from Halifax Airport as we wait for our flight to Las Vegas!

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18 comments:

  1. That time sure went fast. The snow seems to be melting, but there sure was a lot of it. Have a safe flight.

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    1. Some days it didn't seem like the time was moving at all but now that our time here is over and we look back it seems to have flown by.

      Yes, the snow is melting but it is going to take a while, hopefully they won't see any more of it for this season.

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  2. Check your date on the banner photo at the farm. Did you mean for it to say 2013?

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  3. Were Cameron and Sadie glad to see their parents?

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    1. Yes, they were! They both had huge smiles on their faces when they saw Lindsey in the morning. Sadie was a bit of cling-on to Lindsey as well yesterday.

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  4. Cute plaque. Life certainly has it's moments.

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    1. Yes, it certainly does. It also shows that whatever we do we can't please everyone.

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  5. I was shocked when you posted it was 50 degrees with all that snow! The farm looks like a wonderful place; I love animlas too. Safe travels!

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    1. Nova Scotia and the much of the east coast got hit real hard this winter with snow so it is going to take a while for it to disappear.

      It is a beautiful working farm/living museum and they do a wonderful job with it.

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  6. Your time has flown by quickly, enjoy your flight back to Sherman.

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  7. I had to look twice at Ruth, as it looked as tho she was wearing capri pants and either sandals or barefooted ... in the snow? I don't think so! Boots it is, whew!

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    1. When I first looked at the picture, I had to do a double take as well! I look forward to the nice weather but I am not one of those that starts dressing for summer before the summer weather arrives. ;-) These were Lindsey's pink rubber boots that I had on and with all the mud there I was very happy to have had them.

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  8. 50*F and standing ankle deep in snow! I had to laugh when you said it was a beautiful spring day! :cD

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    1. We are proof that if you experience real winter, you appreciate a beautiful spring day...

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  9. What a nice day with the grands - happy travels!!!

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    1. It was great way to end off our week with them and we were lucky enough to have some beautiful weather to boot! ;-)

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