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Re: Had enough rain. Playing in the creek Pics.

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JD Seller

06-29-2013 19:55:18
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You did a nice job fixing up that stream. I really hate the damage that too much water can do. That being the case I would still take too much water rather than not enough.

Couple of questions:
1) Why go haul wood right after a heavy rain??? I hate making ruts in my farm lanes or fields. So I wait a few days let things settle a little then go at it. Now if there was a more immediate reason I have cut ruts too. Feeding cattle or getting the crop in but just to haul wood in that I would not burn for months. That would wait for better conditions.

2) You have a 4 wd truck but the tires are not very aggressive. Are they snow treads??? We run a lot rougher lug on the pickup tires around here.

Just wondering how/why things are done in other areas.

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06-30-2013 05:27:16
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 Re: Had enough rain. Playing in the creek Pics. in reply to JD Seller, 06-29-2013 19:55:18  
JD,
The only reason that I am cutting wood here now is because we had a 3 day window in the entire month of June to get 270A of first cut alfalfa. Rain fall for June 10,84". I reclaimed the edges of this field two years ago, gaining 25' all the way around. This entire field has from no top soil to about 1 foot on limestone bedrock. It was the last place that I would expect to get stuck. The hay was cut last week, and wanted to get in and out before the second cut came on. I haven't even started to cut wood for the two evaporators in the sap house. That will take me the rest of the summer and fall, as I am a one man band, and and at 66, it takes me all day to do a small amount of what I used to do all day LOL
Loren.

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