Living Arrows 2017 week 11 – wheeling the gator March 13, 2017 In Photography Share and tell others about this post:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)MoreClick to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading...on the farmoutdoorsphotography 0 Prev PostSchool days – after school clubs March 12, 2017 Next PostGo lifesize with paper people – kids activity March 14, 2017 Related Posts What farm kids really learn while remote learning. February 22, 2021 Fostering kids’ interest in nature through bird watching at home February 17, 2021 Snow days and sledging with a dog in tow January 26, 2021 17 Comments Sarah 4 years ago He looks like he’s really in his element – it must be a lot of fun (and hard work I imagine) growing up on a farm. #LivingArrows Sherry 4 years ago He looks like theres some serious concentration going on there! #livingarrows Mudpie Fridays 4 years ago That looks like a great tractor!! I know another little boy who would love that, it’s big as well I’ve not seen one that size before. #LivingArrows Donna 4 years ago He looks like a proper farmer!! It’s so nice to see pictures like this of your farming life x bubbablue Post Author 4 years ago He is. Last night after school he went off shepherding! I have so few photos because N goes off with his uncle or dad, so I’m never with them to see what he actually gets up to. Although might have to walk/cycle down the road to see the lambing this weekend. Pat - White Camellias 4 years ago Oh my! He has his own little tractor? Love it. He looks the part and I’m sure he was having a blast #livingarrows bubbablue Post Author 4 years ago He does love his gator. But it’s been superceded by his own proper quad bike. This one needs passing on to a friend’s son really. Madeline (This Glorious Life) 4 years ago I bet he’ll be sad to see that go! I dread to think what would happen if I let my son loose on something like that, haha! x #LivingArrows bubbablue Post Author 4 years ago He’s had it since he was 2.5 years old so he’s always been pretty good on it. Helps that we’ve got lots of space Katy - Hot Pink Wellingtons 4 years ago Haha, he’s got it all planned out hasn’t he? Max would absolutely love a tractor like that – not sure we have room for one at ours though! #LivingArrows bubbablue Post Author 4 years ago The battery powered gators are brilliant. It’s been through 3 of them in the family and really N now needs to pass it on to a friend’s boy, as he’s a bit big for it now. It’s really helped his spatial awareness too – being able to drive one of these and reverse and steer at aged 2, means he’s going to be a really confident driver Laura - dear bear and beany 4 years ago Holly would love this! Is this a little glimpse into his future? #LivingArrows bubbablue Post Author 4 years ago I’m dreading it. He’s pretty much destined to be a farmer, and certainly loves it. He’s just like his cousin who was always the same when he was younger. RachelSwirl 4 years ago Aww I remember J having a tractor like this. We would pull him around on it for hours! bubbablue Post Author 4 years ago Ah this is an electric/battery powered one. It goes quite quickly but it’s great for for the kids. Laura | Little Ladies Big World 4 years ago Wow that is amazing my daughter would love that! bubbablue Post Author 4 years ago They are great vehicles. This came free with 2 tractors the guys bought about 11 years ago. It’s been through 2 cousins before N got it. He’s a bit old for it now though, so getting ready to pass it on to a friend’s boy.