Before I take you down our road, I have something personal to share. My mother-in-law who was in ICU for 4 weeks, just graduated to heaven. She was 84, and she would be "blessing me out" if she knew I was sharing that tidbit of information about her. She was a wonderful mother and grandmother and she will be missed.
We have a lot to do with her estate and so I will be very busy in the next few weeks. I'll be back soon and I hope you will still be here when I return. This is a post I prepared a few weeks ago, so I thought I would share it with today, while I am busy with family matters.
I was thinking of a ride down our country road, so hop in. Here are some scenes from a recent drive.
These amazing oak trees, on Leslies' property, are about 400 years old according to Leslie. You can see her chapel, here, and her house, here.
This old barn is also on Leslie's ranch.
Here's Leslie's chapel, as seen from the road.
As we were driving the sun was beginning to set.
We drove back to Cedar Hill and stopped at our "High Spot." The neighbor's barn is showing in the distance. If you look to the right in the photo, you'll see a little bit of a metal roof. That is the roof of their deck on the pond.
I love it here.