We are ready for spring….

With it being so cold outside it was time to spend sometime in the green house.

Spent the morning planting flowers.

Aunt Bevs plants live on in New Mexico.
Kevin’s Aunt passed away at Christmas and to watch her plants live on warms my heart
Walking the dogs at night to do their business you see things differently at night via flashlight.
The girls lead the way
To me the dusting of snow looks like the frosted mothers oatmeal iced cookies!
Look who came to dinner!!! That’s a whole lotta butts.
It was cool the next morning to see the coop dusted with snow.
Our morning walk the girls always lead the way
The solar panels were dusted with snow. As the sun struggled to bust through the clouds the snow slowly dropped off.

We spent the morning preparing t shirts for the car show the next day.

Martin started the Pie -Rat and prepped her to load into the trailer.

Martin at the helm.
I’m a little jealous. He always checks her dip stick.
Just a super cool shot.

We headed out the next morning. Off to Arizona we go. Until….

Yep flat tire on the trailer.

Martin installed these tire sensors on the trailer and the moho for safety. Well we crossed the railroad tracks in Holbrook….. boom….alarm…… shit! Martin changed out the tire but as we started to continue on…..alarm…. it’s neighbor tire was leaking too. So with a duck duck go search we found a tire shop a mile away.

Yep only in country towns you find tires and lumber/hardware sold in one place.

Super nice guy had us in and out in no time. Back on the road again.

One husband, two dogs and six chickens he just rolling’ on down the road.
Flagstaff more snow. Rrrrrrrr
We made it!
AZ Rockabilly Car Show Lake Pleasant.

It was a cold cold evening. It still felt amazing to be free and out without a mask.

Love this man of mine.
Nuttin’ cutier
The kids love the Pie -Rat!
This year there were so many new rat roads.
Different styles
Different themes
Being last years winners we were asked if we would like to pick this years winner.
This is who we picked. Diesel truck 1946. Total badass.
As the sunsets it makes my heart full. To capture this photo it’s special
At night the Pie-Rat glows red.
Freedom shines.
Kansas is our security system
Kari is taking a break from guarding the Pie-Rat.
The kids just enjoy sitting behind the wheel.
Even the young at heart love the Pie -Rat.
Omg!!!!! Fell in love with this…..dragging Miss Daisy!!!!
Look who stopped by…..Ron Williams.

Ron helped us by cutting up our trees we sacrificed to build our house. Ron also lended a helping hand while we were building the house. So thankful for friends like this.

Martin and his girlfriend.
Martin’s sexy woman!!!!

The weather Saturday morning was so cold and windy by 11:30 it warmed up so nice. It felt good to feel the sunshine.

Zoe and Zane stopped by for a visit. They loved getting into the car.
Angie and her family stopped by for a visit.
Zoe with the chickies.

It’s not everyday you get to love on a chickie.

Zane wasn’t sure about this chickie.
Our neighbor won best VW. We will be seeing this new neighbor at our next car show in Springerville.

With the car show coming to an end we both were so happy. The Pie -Rat is loved by everyone. Young and old.

Next stop baseball day. Just down the freeway Trey had a tournament.

Made it just in time to watch him bat. He looks just like his dad did at this age.
Kari loves Tanner
Kari loves Trey too.
The second game I was able to capture this special photo.
Treys on the mound.
Treys at bat!!! Hit Grammie a home run.
Look who came to the game. Mikaila!!!! My grands are together.

And did you notice that Trey has passed up Mika in height? My babies are growing so fast.

And who’s that??? Aunt J. It’s a tie between Aunt J and Trey. But just watch before you know it Tanner will probably pass them both.
And poof!!! Just like that we are back home ready to finish the chicken house.

We’ve got babies ready to fly out of the brooder. So till next time….

Joyce.

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