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    09-13-2009, 06:42 PM
Boomer and the Youth Group (pic heavy)

I have a young fellow that helps at the farm from time to time. One of his enjoyments is being a youth minister at his church and at the start of the summer he asked if he could take a few of the kids on an over night outing to my farm. The plan was to grill hot dogs under the pavilion, fish off my dock, and take a ride on Boomer. Most of these kids have never been on a farm, saw horses and ducks up close. They never camped out in a tent or anything remotely close.

We did it this past Friday night. They got here a little late but were able to pitch the tents before it got dark and we went down to the pavilion, started a fire in the fireplace, roasted hot dogs, and marshmallows, and I told them of all the ghosts, spirits, wolves, alligators, and other wild things that prowled the farm at night. I told them about the ghost of the little girl whose mother drove off the bridge and drowned in my section of the lake. ...... then I shut off the lights and went into the house to sleep (with a smile on my face!).

The next morning they were up before me at 6:00 and were down at the dock fishing already. We cooked eggs and sausage on the deck and let them fish some more before I took Boomer out for them to get a ride. Only a couple of them were brave enough to get up there including a young Downs Syndrome boy. It was a great weekend.






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    09-13-2009, 07:03 PM
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Lookes like a great weekend to me.
    09-13-2009, 11:22 PM
Bless his little heart! I want to hug him! Fifth picture is absolutely adorable... Looks like an awesome weekend =) Nothing beats fishing...
    09-14-2009, 10:53 AM
Awwww it sounds like they had a great time. It was so kind of you to let the kids come to your farm. Boomer is beautiful! It looks like he was being so good and patient too.
    09-14-2009, 11:04 AM
Yay that was so cool of you to do that! Looks and sounds like a lot of fun!!!
    09-14-2009, 10:34 PM
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That just warmed my heart, Bill. Thanks for sharing!
    09-15-2009, 12:09 AM
Thats So Wonderful for you to let all the kids come over there and ride Boomer :)
I had to laugh at the ghost story etc :) they must have been suspicious :)

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