Tuesday, April 7, 2009


Bob and Joe ; XBOX

Working on a wind-chime.

Here's the Amish clothesline.

Joe talks to Stephy.

Barb talks to Stephy.

More Xbox.

Airsoft at-the-ready.

Photo for Facebook profile...

Garden's ready.

Bakas Bread to raise funds for Annie Armstrong Easter Offering (Home Missions).


Farm Lantern from Good's Store in Quarryville PA.

Barb plants.

Barb furrows.

Barb hangs clothes.

New Hewlett Packard 4-in-one.
Bob thinks it's funny that the printer is bigger than the computer.

Rearranged the living room at 11pm one night. Much better since we donated the couch to the church.

Shelves are going up nicely. Slowly getting Organized.
In the Quality field we call it "5S".
Originally adopted in Japan by companies like Toyota, Honda, and Nissan, it is "Seiri, Seiton, Seison, Seiketsu, and Shitsuke" or translated- Sort, Simplify, Sweep/Scrub/Shine, Sustain, Sanitize/Standardize, and Sustain. "6S" adds Safety.
Henry Ford used it in the early 20th century in his auto plants. The Japanese took it seriously but Americans did not. People perceive that Japan makes better cars. I will post an in-depth piece about 5S in the future. It can be applied anywhere for anything.

This is the fridge at Wentworth Dairy where we buy our fresh (raw) milk and eggs.

Trophys and Awards Rob Wentworth's children and cows have earned at 4H and county fairs.

This is the shack the fridge is in.

These are some of the cows that give us our milk.

These are some of the chickens that give us our eggs.

This is Good's Store in Quarryville PA. Many of the workers there are Amish or Mennonite. They offer top quality dry-goods like Lehman's non-electric.

New trailer hitch. 6 coats of Rustoleum.

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