Posted by Kathy Fought
February 23, 2014

Maple Syrup Time In Northern Indiana.

It will soon be time to tap the Maple trees for Sap. When the freeze and thaw start to take place. Is when the Maple trees start running sap. Some newier methods are to tap your tree with rubber tubing.  And drain from tree to tree and all the Sap dumps ...

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Posted by Kathy Fought
February 16, 2014

A Day In The Snow In Northern Indiana.

While the scrapbookers from Chicago scrapped their pictures. We played in the snow Jed, I and Bobbie Jo.We are at the “Cabin across the Lake”. Bobbie Jo and Jed played a little fetch in the woods. Then we went to our family cemetery not far from the horse barn.This is a ...

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Posted by Kathy Fought
February 02, 2014

Sipshewana’s PJ Day!!

Every year the small town in northern Indiana called Shipshewana has a “Pajama Day”. You might say what could be a Pajama Day?? You don’t think ladies would come to town with their PJ’S on and NO makeup on do you?Eat breakfast at 4:00 or 5:00 in the morning. Just ...

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Posted by Kathy Fought
January 28, 2014

More Snow In Northeastern Indiana

It’s falling and it’s here so we may as well have a little bit of fun. After I did the horse chores I decided to play . So I made my first Snow Angel in many years.  Here in Noble county and northern Indiana we’ve had A LOT of snow ...

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Posted by Kathy Fought
January 06, 2014

Cratfers Retreat Weekends!!

While these winter months are upon us. You might want to book a “Crafters Retreat Weekend”. If you scrapbook, stamp, quilt, knit or any other type craft. Or a combination of all crafts. Get some of your friends or family and get away and craft. I provide a 6ft table ...

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Posted by Kathy Fought
December 10, 2013

Christmas lights and Santa in Noble County.

The Kendallville Wind Mill Museum in Noble County is lit up from bottom to top with Christmas lights. It is a must see advanture then stop in to visit Santa. These are just some of the lights that are on display. They are lit 2 weekends only in December. Children ...

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Posted by Kathy Fought
December 05, 2013

Family Traditions Getting The Christmas Tree.

 Our tradition started about 20 years ago. We set off as a family all 5 of us to get the family Christmas tree the Sunday after Thanksgiving. Now our family traditions has grown to 3 genorations. Jed and I, our grown children and the in law, and now our grandchildren. First stopping off to fill ...

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