Thursday, July 02, 2009

Hard To Believe

It’s hard to believe that at this time last year I was considered slave labor at the Morrow farm. Okay that's a huge exaggeration because many people were putting the final touches on. . . .

I’ve relived the adventure through my posts located here and here and here.

Have a safe Fourth of July.


Blogger Rachel said...

Ralph, I loved reading about Blogstock again!! It brings back so many nice memories. I hadn't remembered that photo of Jerry grazing in the cherry tree!! LOL

It was all so much fun!! I sure hope we get to do it again!

You know, I do recall how neatly it was all mowed!! Must have been the work of the slave laborer!! LOL

8:29 PM  
Blogger Jamie Dawn said...

Yep, those Blogstock memories are goodies!
What a joy it was to hang out with blog buddies and meet some people that I'd never have had the chance to know outside of Blogdom. Blogging has been a good thing for sure!
You really did do some slave labor to get that whole thing set up and ready to go. I appreciate all you did to make it a great success.

Enjoy your holiday weekend!

4:15 PM  
Blogger Cliff said...

It was fun indeed and we will do it again next year.
You did a nice job mowing. I told you that.
Now grab that hoe and get back out to the fields.

6:11 AM  
Blogger possum said...

Let me know if you ever get over to the coast of VA - We can have our own mini Blogstock over here - AND - NO FIELDS TO HOE! Ok, maybe a little bit of weeding and only 2 acres of grass... Let me know when you will be arriving. I'll get extra gas for the John Deere.

6:32 AM  
Blogger possum said...

PS - Coulda used you in the mountains of PA!

6:33 AM  
Blogger Janell said...

Yes, I missed my blogbuddies in the parade this year. Looking forward to Blogstock '10 - I promise I'll take some time off work and be more help next time.

11:27 PM  
Blogger Jim said...

Yea for Cliff!!!!!! Let's do it again!
That was so nice that we all could meet and spend time together. I had to choose between visiting my cousins and doing the wine thing. I will try to do better next time.

Ralph, you worked very hard, I know. In the hot. Up hill and down hill, in the snow. Good for you, we all appreciated it.
Besides you were having fun playing farmer, gardner, cook, and entertainer, were you not?

I know you and Cliff have made new friends to invite, that will be nice meeting them too. I have heard several who I would like to meet that said they would try to make it this year.

8:10 AM  
Blogger Lucy Stern said...

Just keep rubbing it in, Ralph.

1:17 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hey, I know that barn. that's the barn we use to climb around in back in the 60's (after the chickens left). M. Morrow

3:45 PM  

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