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Tag Archives: harvest
After a brief intermission of rain, the combines are back in the corn fields. Soybean harvest was completed last week. It’s a relief to have that part done, because weather can wreak havoc on the beans if they are left … Continue reading
Perfect weather to harvest the crops.
Cool Autumn Monday Morning Mist Rises from our Pond. Water Warmer than the sky. Fog delay for the frogs.
There have been many articles recently about “helicopter parents”. Meaning parents that hover a bit too closely to protect their children and in doing so cause them to be fearful and develop into adults that are afraid to take a … Continue reading
After my mom passed away in 2005, we were sorting through her things and I found a book that I had given her for Mother’s Day. It was called “Harvest of Bittersweet” by Pat Leimbach, who was a farm wife … Continue reading
My brain is pretty well fried for various reasons so I went to my online thesaurus to describe Harvest 2012! Here goes: accomplish, achieve, actualize, bring to fruition,bring to maturity, call it a day, cap, carry off,close, conclude, consummate, crown, determine,develop, discharge, do, do thoroughly, effect,effectuate, elaborate, end, equip, execute, fill,finalize, finish, fulfill, furnish, get through, go thelimit, go through with, go whole hog, halt, makegood, make up, perfect, perform, put to bed,realize, refine, round off, round out, settle, sewup, supplement, terminate, ultimate, wind up,wrap up (Thank you Thesaurus.com) We finished late Wednesday evening and luckily this year … Continue reading
It’s been exactly 3 weeks since my last “farm” post. Unfortunately, we have not made a lot of progress in those 3 weeks. In our little part of Ohio, we received a couple drenching rains that have left the fields … Continue reading
Harvest 2012 is “on hold”, once again, due to Mother Nature’s fickle attitude! We received over an inch of rain and the fields are wet again. So we will have a few days to regroup and hope for some … Continue reading
I often think of farming as a complicated square dance. You have one main partner, but you have to dance with many others and you have to make the moves at just the right time or the dance falls … Continue reading
Critters Skitter As the Harvest Begins