Being Neighborly

Friends who live just a few streets over from us are planning to head out of town for the weekend.  Problem….who will feed their horses?  Al grew up in a small farm town in northwestern Illinois with aunts, uncles, grandparents, and friends living on farms.

Agriculture and caring for farm animals are second nature for Al.

Al is the perfect candidate to care for these beautiful animals and he does so with great pleasure.  What a great neighbor!

5 thoughts on “Being Neighborly

  1. I remember occasions when my husband would help out his brother with milking the cow and goat . He tried to teach me. Being a city-raised girl, I didn’t do so well. It seems like these last twenty or more years I’ve lived places where neighbors help neighbors.


    1. That’s the way it should be. I notice the neighborly thing more so traveling. I think that’s one of the things I love about RVing, complete strangers helping one another.


    1. Al really enjoyed feeding the horses. It’s the second time he’s helped them out. They’ll help us out this winter when we’re in the SW by checking on the house now and then. Getting closer every day for full-timing 🙂


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