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Ronald in NWMO

04-16-2013 06:27:31

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I can smell the fresh hay and feel the chaff going down my shirt collar when I look at that picture. They timed taking the picture just right to catch the bale in mid air. Thanks for warming me up because the temp right now is a long ways from what it is in that picture.

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04-16-2013 09:33:33

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 Re: Haying pic in reply to Ronald in NWMO, 04-16-2013 06:27:31  
Didn't mind the chaff and dirt when you could stay in it the rest of the day. Dad would always save 3 or 4 loads to unload in the cool of the morning. I hated that because you were dirty and itchy the rest of the day, unless it was back to the hayfield.

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Clayton Spencer

04-16-2013 07:25:19

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 Re: Haying pic in reply to Ronald in NWMO, 04-16-2013 06:27:31  
I am sweating here just thinking about haying, when a kid. When the first load was in the loft, Mother would bring us all a fresh, hand squeezed, tall glass of lemonade. This made the trip back to the back side of the place well worth the trip. Thank you for the pictures. CS

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Case Nutty 1660

04-16-2013 07:09:46

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 Re: Haying pic in reply to Ronald in NWMO, 04-16-2013 06:27:31  

I have to agree with you but must say the chaff does not bother me as much as having to unload all the bales into a hot barn and stack them LOL here are a few pics of mine to further warm and remind every one the "HOT" summer days will be here soon cnt

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Alan K

04-16-2013 06:55:16

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 Re: Haying pic in reply to Ronald in NWMO, 04-16-2013 06:27:31  
I agree. Neat picture..thanks for posting. If you have more keep them coming. I miss the simplicity of that time...there was always a rush to get things done but it didnt seem that way.

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