I'd like to share the finer points of corn harvesting with you.
But well, um, I don't know them.
This here's a combine - out in our field. Out in our cornfield. It's picking corn. (Good one.)
After the picking, the corn gets dumped into a wagon. For hauling. (Such detail.)
And after the corn gets dumped into the wagon, a tractor comes along and hauls it away. To, um, a grain bin. (I think.)And guess who's driving that tractor? My sister! She knows a lot more about corn harvesting than I do. A whole lot more. (Obviously.)
And sometimes it gets dumped into a semi-trailer instead of a wagon.And I don't know exactly why. (Made note to ask.)
And I just threw this photo in because I have such a great view to the east, and I wanted to share it with you all for the first time. Have you ever seen such a lovely view? Oh, I guess maybe you have.Like, at least once before.
Ok, maybe twice.
Actually, it looks like I have a thing for the view toward the east.
I seem to have an over-abundance of photos in my "View to the East" folder.
And it looks like whomever lives here 'keeps yard' the same way they 'keep house.'
What was I talking about again?