Tractors for Sepia Saturday this week. Go to this site to see what others have come up with!
I immediately remembered seeing something similar in the Heym photo album, my ex-husband's family which farmed in Michigan at the turn of the 20th Century. These are my sons' ancestors.
|If anyone knows what that machine does, I'll be happy to learn!|
|Horse drawn wagon and carriage...perhaps the same horse?|
|Livestock....plus farmer and wife and a child behind the pigs. The child was to become my sons' grandmother, Mary Heym.|
|Pete the dog and unknown ancestor of my husband (who reminds me of him)|
|A portion of the page layout...fun!|
Energy cannot be destroyed, but it can be transformed or transferred from one person, thing, or source to another. Though energy is formless, it does take form and shape in the way it flows and resides within all things: a grain of sand, a bird, a stone, and an ocean wave.