It's been just wet enough around here to keep the soil moist & turning good for ten year old no-till. Well, as good as it gets with a worn plow. I had no idea how bad it was until I got to the farm I'm working up now. My hay field & corn patch are a fairly clay free sandy loam, with a good crop of "petrified potatoes" at all times & don't usually know the plow is back there until it finds a big one. The fields I'm plowing under now have about everything but sand & only a handful of stones, large or otherwise.
Provided the weather holds up for a few days, I should be able to finish up before I have to worry about frost & freezing conditions. The wait continues for parts, as I had to send the new landsides back. The hole for the largest bolt, in BOTH of them, was punched with a dull die & warped enough to stick out about a quarter of an inch further than the land-side of the point on the share. Then I had to go & bust two of those fancy keyed-head counter-sunk plow bolts. *sigh*
At last, with your input, it sounds like there's still a fighting chance even after the ground firms up a touch.