Moving to Delta, Colorado—Sunday, September 4, 2016

Yesterday we helped our daughter and son-in-law, in Grand Junction, Colorado load up some of their stuff to move to Delta–home for Kimberly and back to Delta County, for Cliff.

Moving-to-DeltaTerry made this trailer years ago to haul bulls, cows, and pigs.  It has also hauled furniture to Denver, back from Denver, to Grand Junction, and now back from Grand Junction.

(I must brag a little bit here—my man is sure talented! If he needs it, or wants it, he figures out a way to make it.  💕 💕 💕–how lucky I am!)

Sunlit-cloud-2We were fortunate to move them in-between storms.  We’ve been having lots and lots of thunder and rain storms.  It sure has been nice for the yard.  A welcome gift for the plants and for me!

The tomatoes and peppers are coming on strong now. It’s canning time!  My pears are ripening in big, thick, warm blankets then it will be time to ‘put them up’.

We are still working on the firewood, although the pile is MUCH smaller.  Maybe this week we will finish it.  I sure hope so.  I’m a tad wore out.  We are taking off today and maybe Monday,  maybe not Monday, we will see.

On-the-ditch-bank(Early morning sun)

I hope your Labor Day weekend is a good one!

Your friend on a western Colorado farm,



32 thoughts on “Moving to Delta, Colorado—Sunday, September 4, 2016

  1. Ah, I would love to be moving from Grand Junction to Delta. I’m going to drive through Delta next weekend on the way to Grand Junction and then the return to New Mexico where I’m working over a couple of weeks. I love Western Colorado.

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  2. You are very lucky indeed! If I was closer, I’d make this Flourless Chocolate Cake with Spiced Pears for you and Terry… But instead I’ll send you the recipe.
    Thinking of you both on this beautiful Labor Day weekend!!! Have a great one!

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  3. Our son in law moved us with his trailer a few times. The last time he was coming down our street to load our stuff and the kids on the street were running on the side walk yelling ‘I think he has a pony in there’, they were super excited until they saw him bac in and it was empty.

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