On Saturday, Mallory and I went out to my parent's house for a visit. They had not seen her yet since she came home for Spring Break. My dad would never let her get away without a visit.
I thought I would bring my camera along and explore with it for Walk and Click Wednesday.
Exploring where I grew up...
The red barn where my pony use to live when I was young, and where my dad now keeps his tractor.
My dad is a man that is always doing something around the house. For a few years he made maple syrup, he even has a Sugar Shack, which he now uses for storage. You will see he has many buildings for storage.
My fellow explorer :)
My dad has been a bee keeper for over 30 years. He has seen really good years and some really bad years. This sign is on his pole barn (different from the red barn and the Sugar Shack).
The last few years he has lost a lot of bees over the winter. There is a mite problem that has continually gotten worse. Not good.
The former Christmas Trees. See this post where I talk about the Christmas Trees.
My dad's chicken coop. This place gave me the creeps growing up, now it is a photography dream for someone who loves old, falling apart buildings.
I found the pad lock on the chicken coop quite funny....
The back of the chicken coop. LOL!
My parents live on 23 acres, so I had lots of outdoor space growing up. It is no wonder I love being outside so much.