Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Fall at the Ranch.

The field has been tilled, winter wheat has been planted, and now the sprinklers are running.

Bob! What have you done to my truck?

Sunday, April 10, 2011

2011 Tulip Pictures

All the grandkids! (no roadster pics this year)

Grandma and Grandpa Reeve

Monday, March 14, 2011

A great day at the ranch.

On the way out to the Ranch Lyf made a new friend.
I was very glad Lyf went with me. He did a great job pulling the pump out of the well, but he did get a little dirty.

Saturday, January 1, 2011

The Bunkhouse on the first day of 2011.

Friday, December 18, 2009

More Bunkhouse pictures

This is the present condition of the kitchen

Cheryl and Pronsie helped me deliver and set up the futon.

Monday, November 23, 2009

Hurricane Valley Thanksgiving Day Rod Run.

Meet at 559 S 400 W at 10 am Thanksgiving day with
your ride for the 7th annual Rod Run. No entry fee, no
registration, no trophies, just Fun! It only takes about
an hour, and there is a chance this could be the first
year that a motorcycle actually completes the run.

Monday, October 20, 2008

Update on Bunkhouse progress

By request, here are some pictures taken last Wed.
This is looking at the Northwest corner.

Front view. These are adobe made on site, from local materials.

Front door

South East corner of courtyard.
The electrician is the one holding the project up
at this point, so I need to get busy!

Thursday, September 18, 2008

Two Days in Lund

Bathroom floor.

Kitchen floor.

Adobe blocks made on Thursday.

Block making Machine

Thursday afternoon.

Front View, on Thursday afternoon.

View from kitchen looking towards sitting/bedroom area.

Below is a photo taken Wednesday morning.

Saturday, August 9, 2008

My First Post

This is my first try to do my own post. Thank you Meridy, and everyone else that contributed to my blog so far. It is great. I flew over the Lund area this morning, but did not land. It looked a little wet. I did take some pictures though. The top picture is the Historic J.H. Johnston Ranch. The next photo is the site of the new geothermal power plant that is being built north east of Lund, at Thermo, Utah and the bottom picture is the wind and solar research center at the Entre Cimas Ranch.