11/8/10

Okay, so I have some catching up to do....



I can't believe it's been so long since I posted... where has the time gone?
Last week was very busy.... I had a large embroidery job to finish up and other things around the house that needed some attention and before I knew it, the week was gone!

I had a wonderful Birthday- thanks so much for all your sweet words. Hubby and I didn't actually "celebrate" until the Friday after my birthday.... we drove to Pigeon Forge, TN and ate lunch at Red Lobster.
(Crab legs! Oh boy!)
Then we went to the Bass Pro Shop (I was looking for some warm boots for the winter) and then back home so Hubby could get his tractor loaded for the Plow Day the next morning. It was a wonderful day.... so good in fact I forgot to take a single picture! *DOH!*



I did take lots of pictures of the Plow Day.... here are some you might enjoy. (You can click on them to enlarge if you'd like, I kept them small so the page would load quicker.)




Heading down Interstate 40 around 8:30 a.m.- what a gorgeous morning!









 My Sweetie, playing in the dirt.








Playing in the dirt.....








Playing in the dirt.











Hosses.










Mr. Bailey and the little Farmall Cub that belonged to his Daddy...
Mr. Bailey lovingly restored it a few years ago and decided he would get it dirty today.













Green and Yellow.












Black Beauties!











 Mr. Booker came all the way from Tater Valley, which is not far from where we live.












These two pullers were ginormous... but sooo beautiful.











Red and gold.












 You're never too young for a Plow Day.














I'm off to get caught up with all my bloggy friends... Happy Monday, everybody!

24 comments:

  1. Love the photos!! Hope you have a Great week sweetie! It's hard to keep up on the blog at times...you're forgiven!!Hahaa
    hughugs

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  2. I can see James is in 'Hog Heaven' with all those tractors and teams! It looks to have been an absolutely gorgeous day! I have missed you. I think of you guys often. Hope your birthday was perfect! Love you!
    ★Linda★
    BTW~ Did you find the right boots?

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  3. Beautiful pictures! What a wonderful way to spend a gorgeous day ~ glad you had fun! (BTW, I think it's very cool that you enjoy this event together with your husband, even if you aren't the one playing in the dirt!!)

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  4. Hi Paula! And Happy Birthday! I love visting your blog-the tractors and horses are very cool. It looks much warmer where you are...
    Love, Debra

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  5. glad for your post..love the tractors and also the horses...wish we could get out of California and visit....it would be wonderful

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  6. My hubby would love get a chance to go to a plow day. He loves watching old tractor events. I guess it is the country boy in him.
    Those are great photos.
    Glad to hear that you had a great Birthday.
    I was wondering if you found some boots too.
    Hugs

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  7. We've missed you, Paula! So great to have you back! Oh, I LOVE Pigeon Forge...been there many times! Remember...I used to live in Knoxville and Lenoir City? One of these days, I hope to live on a farm just like you...would be my dream come true!

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  8. I would love to watch Plow Day...I love tractors and have driven my share too. Love the horses! Come say hi :D

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  9. I've missed your posts and pictures. I was happy to see you had a new post today. I am glad the plow day was a success. Love the pics.

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  10. Happy Belated Birthday Paula! Love your tractor photos. I love to see the big boys playing with their favorite toys!

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  11. Seems, a few of us have been wondering how does time go by so fast.

    Oh, I love the dirt, and Farmalls, used to ride on the fender while grandad was cutting hay.

    Plow day, looks like so much fun, all the teams of horses, and different types of tractors,and new faces.
    Good to have you back, come on over when you have the time.

    Hugs,
    Mel

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  12. I'm so glad you had a good birthday. Plow day ROCKS!! Who doesn't love old tractors and all those plow hosses?

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  13. Looks like such a great time. Glad you had a good birthday! Did you get some warm boots?

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  14. I love all of photos. You can just tell those guys are having fun. I'm so glad you had a wonderful birthday!
    Blessings,
    Marcia

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  15. What a great time y'all had; wish I could have been there too!

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  16. Thanks for sharing these great pictures!!!

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  17. Thanks for stopping by and leaving all the comments. I always love to see that a visitor from Knoxville has been by. I hope you are having a great week.

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  18. What wonderful pictures, Paula. I hope to get up to Pigeon Forge before too much longer. We haven't been in a long time, probably at least 3 or 4 years.

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  19. LOVED the photos, Paula! Loved the little guy in the photo...so precious!

    Hope you have a terrific birthday....you deserve it, Paula!

    Hope you have a great Thursday as well!

    Hugs and Blessings,
    Tammy

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  20. What great photos of Plow Days. That little fella is cute as can be and I can't believe the size of some of those horses! Hope you both are well and that you will have a happy holiday season Paula.

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  21. Great pictures! My 3 yr old is mad at me for clicking away from the pictures! Guess I'll have to go back and let him look at the tractors for awhile. They are his favorite things! Those horses are beautiful too!

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  22. It is hard to get to the computer and visit sometimes isn't it??!!
    I think we can all relate :)
    I adore your photos and makes me want a tractor even more than I already do!
    And I would just have to have a red one you know :)
    So glad you had a great birthday celebration also. You deserved it!
    Thanks for all your sweet comments. You are a sweetie pie!!
    Hope you had a great day.

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  23. I love those mules,and the teeny little tractor! Looks like you and hubby had a field day! We don't have crab on menus in restaurants here in RSA,maybe down by the sea. Would love to taste it though!

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  24. I love all the tractors---so colorful. The animals are all special. What a glorious day it was, too. Thanks for sharing.

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