Wednesday, April 30, 2008

The Twins at Twin Bay Farm

Follow the drive for a visit to Twin Bay Farm

Come on in and sit a spell!

My girls are twins and own a farm in Georgetown, Kentucky by the name of Twin Bay Farm. Thus, the twin in Twin Bay. They have owned this place a little over a year now and it is a beautiful place for them, their dogs, and horses. During the past year, they had a new board fence built and added onto the barn, bought a new John Deere lawnmower, a horse trailer, a truck to pull it with and spend their time living the life they always wanted in the country.

Anne and Leigh in the kitchen at Twin Bay

This year they plan to grow a garden and Mom will help them with what to plant, where, and how much!

Leigh on Dually

Leigh works in Lexington at the Horse Magazine and Anne works in Midway for Conley Livestock. They are great girls, have many lovely friends, and like to entertain at their place in the summer months.

Anne with Drifter

They have three horses, Rebo, Dually, and Drifter. The two dogs are Dodge and Spur.

Rebo, The Old Man

(He looks pretty good for 21 years of age)

Dodge, belongs to Anne and is one smart doggie. The newest of the crew is Spur who was adopted by Leigh several months ago. Spur is still pretty young but is learning real fast about life at Twin Bay Farm and what is expected of him. Anne's baby, Dodgie

The girls are always hauling hay for the animals, bringing them in to spend the night in a warm stall if the weather is bad or letting them out to enjoy a great day in the sun.

In the spring of the year, they spend their time mowing the place because the grass grows so fast and there is so much to mow!

Anne on the John Deere

They just returned from vacationing for a week in Colorado with Colleen, one of their best friends and the previous owner of Rebo. The girls are planning on loading up the horses in the trailer and doing some barrel racing this summer.

Anne and Leigh was raised on the farm and their dad and I had quarter horses, raised a garden, owned a truck and trailer, killed our own meat, raised and grazed cattle, and loved the country life. Their paternal grandparents also lived on the farm. Their grandmother was a southern lady that cooked wonderful southern meals and taught me a lot about cooking. The girls also like to cook and are pretty good at preparing some great southern dishes and let's not forget sweet tea, the drink of all southern girls!

Below are some pictures of Twin Bay Farm, it's pastures, house, yard and driveway.

The view from the back deck of the house.

The boys at home in their stalls and the front yard.

Thanks for stopping by, hope you enjoyed the tour, come back again and I will keep you up to date on what is going on at Twin Bay, what is going on in my life, what my son's family is up to these days and how much my grandson is growing.


Leigh said...

AWWWWWWWWWW, I love this post! It makes me want to be at home and not at work. Our farm is perfect for us. I wouldn't change a thing. I can't wait for you to come over!! Love you bunches and bunches!

Anne and Leigh said...

AWW what a great entry! I love our place! I couldnt be happier. I also cant wait to get the garden in.

love you

-Anne TN said...

AWWWWW...what an awesome post. Your daughters remind me of my daughter. She lives on 62 acres and has horses, goats, ducks, geese, donkeys and two boys. If you want to see her place go to my web page and click on Lisa's farm album.
Thanks for the tour of Twin Bay Farm. It is beautiful as well as your daughters.
Here is my web page: