Wednesday, September 27, 2006

Old McGateway

Okay, so I know I said I was done with my England posts, but I also said I'd display more of them as I saw fit, so....I see fit. If you refer back to old posts you'll remember me talking about the Gateway Club I was a volunteer with in Loughborough. Two weeks before I left the British Isles we took the Gateway members to our annual trip to Farmer John's place. You can see two of our members in the background as Joanne, Matt and I take our turn on Farmer John's super cool tractor. We got to pet the goats, feed the pigs, swing on his rope swing inside the hay barn, go on a hayrack ride and even enjoy a lovely baked potato meal in his cafe.

Then I absolutely proceeded to teach them the Kansas state song, "Home on the Range." It was a hit. Obviously.

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michelle g said...

Oooooo (breath) klahoma, where the wind comes sweeping down the plain, where the waving wheat, it smells like feet when the wind comes right behind the rain!!!!

Thought you might get a kick out of my friend's parody of the OKlahoma state song... from the Rogers and Hammerstein musical of the same lovely name...

Love you, girl!

Angie said...

I actually hear that the official Oklahoma song has been changed to that new one from Vince Gill. You know the one that sounds like it belongs on a Ford commercial somewhere here in Oklahoma?

Aubrie Ross said...

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