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Re: One of those days

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10-24-2012 05:57:59

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No dought. Today aint starting out any better, I cant even belive it rained sometime in the night. If I am lucky it didnt rain at the farm and I can cut today with an 80 degree record high tempeture. Aint farming fun! Bandit

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10-24-2012 19:03:09

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 Re: One of those days in reply to Banditfarmer, 10-24-2012 05:57:59  
Well it had rained at the farm just enough to make them tuff, But by noon they would haul out easey. Started cutting the last 23 acres(in 3 fields) of beans just after noon. Dad hauled 3 loads to the mill and after the 3rd one he said the mill was full till sometime tomorrow. I got done with the lights on and boy it felt good to unload the last bin load. Now I had to back 5 wagons in the barn in the dark (thank god for bobcats). My old 95 did a real good job and it was the first time to cut 70 bu beans and it did make her moan alittle. Now that the beans are done its time to get the 95 ready to shell corn. I think I am going to take it easy tomorrow and just haul beans. Bandit

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10-24-2012 09:56:19

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 Re: One of those days in reply to Banditfarmer, 10-24-2012 05:57:59  
Some days are like a bowl of cherries and others are just the pits!

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