Wednesday, June 29, 2005

Daily Farm Photo: 6/29/05


It's Best To Cut Hay On A Hot, Sunny Day

8 comments:

  1. hi farmgirl, I'm totally awed... I was born and bred a city girl and still am, so I take my hat off to anyone who gets right down with nature on a daily basis. WOW :)

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  2. Hi Farmgirl,

    This photo reminds me of my dad who would have turned 103 yesterday. He was farmer all his life and he loved driving his tractor. He did live to be 95 and he drove his tractor until he was almost 90.. By the way those chocolate chip cookies look so good I can almost taste and smell them from CA.

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  3. Hi eatzycath,
    Welcome to the farm! Glad you found me. You can stop by anytime without leaving the city--as a friend put it, "It's all the fun without the bugs and bad weather!"

    Hi Jet,
    Glad I could bring back a nice memory for you. Yep, it's hard to tear a farmer away from his tractor. I'm sure Joe will still be driving his when he's 90. It might be a different tractor, though--I think this one is about 90! He just babies it along, saying things like, "It's flat down here; who needs brakes?"

    P.S. You should try making some of those cookies--they're so easy!

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  4. You're a talented photographer and you have 240 acres full of great subjects. I love your blog.

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  5. It is so beautiful on your farm, wow :)

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  6. hi there... my name is lina and i'm from malaysia... looking at ur blog is like looking into my dreams... thanks so much :)

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  7. Our neighbor, Phil Cameron, used to cut hay on an old tractor like that, except it was even older - I swear he had bought it at year one and somehow kept it running. He would cut our pastures for us and bale it for his livestock, and later share when I got horses. I miss my homeplace....

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  8. I don't have a lot of time right now, but I will be back to check out your blog. I like what I have seen so far.

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