Monthly Archives: July 2020

Sickle Bar Mower

So I was at work yesterday when the weather turned warm, and Tom tried to cut grass for hay with our sickle bar mower.  I got a text that it “just self destructed”.   I feared the worst.  I had a … Continue reading

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Sweet Peas, Hay Loft & Trying to Protect the Chicks

I am tired, sore and slow today.  But I was able to do a few things.  I was able to admire the sweet peas. I was able to photograph the hay in the hay loft.   And I was able … Continue reading

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8 Tons of Hay

So we had 8 tons of hay show up this afternoon.  Tom had to scramble to get ready.  I had just finished a shift at the hospital at 8:30 AM so tried unsuccessfully to take a nap before the hay … Continue reading

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