Happy 1st of Summer, Summer Solstice, Midsummer...
whatever you like to call today.

It's the longest day of the year for us northerners.

I will be spending the day finishing up some farm chores in preparation
for a weekend spent with our Littles.
They will be spending the next few days with us, here, on the farm.

We'll be picking raspberries...

And probably eating them as fast as we pick them!

playing with piggies...

and running wild and free all over the farm acreage
and the woods, as well.

We'll be feasting on garden veggies, too.

We'll be back on Monday with a few photos to share from our adventures!!

Have a wonderful weekend.


daisy g said…
Have a fabulous time!

Happy Summer!
Marcia LaRue said…
That is the most beautiful lavender, frilly hollyhock I have ever seen! Wow!
Enjoy your Littles!
Hugs ... Marcia in CO
Rita B Caldwell said…
Is that hollyhock in the single picture and the tub? It's gorgeous and I thought it might be delphinium.
diane in northern wis said…
Sounds like a wonderful weekend for you folks, Bev. Enjoy. Gosh looking at those berries makes me feel hungry! What beautiful produce you guys grow there. Awesome.
Rain said…
Sounds great! I love your piggie pic! Summer...oh it's finally here (but Mother Nature hasn't quite figured that out yet here in the Laurentians!) It's still a bit too cool for our neck of the woods, but I'm grateful for every moment! Enjoy your weekend!!