Monday, October 29, 2007

Always Better Live...

KSU 51 Baylor 13

Wednesday, October 24, 2007

This Morning.

Anna's Survival Kit.

With nearly two years of combine riding under her belt, Anna has a firm grasp of the items necessary to survive a morning of cutting milo.

Lets Go! As you can see Anna dresses sensibly in a theme appropriate outfit complete with pink boots, overalls, and a John Deere Hat.In the unlikely event of a water landing, Anna is prepared with this two-in-one swimsuit and flotation device.

Simple amenities, such as blankie-binky, can transform any heavy machinery cab into another home away from home.

Pictures of loved ones help to prevent loneliness.

This novelty plastic hammer comes in great for bopping. As in "I'm bopping you Daddy!"

Don't forget a snack. Well seasoned riders like Anna know that time travels slowly aboard farm equipment, so she always brings food, drink, and reading materials.

In Which lobiwan Continues to Fight Mother Russia.

One of the most successful ventures of the famous Mikoyan-Gurevich Design Bureau, the MiG 12 was first released into the wilds of Mid-America as one of the opening shots of the "cold war." Commonly known by its project nickname "tumbleweed," this self propagating, wind propelled weapon of mass destruction can still be found across the great plains, where it leaves a sickening swath of unsightliness, depleted soil profiles, and damaged machinery. Like missile silos and fallout shelters, it looks as though this "Russian Thistle" will remain a cruel reminder of one of history's darkest hours.

More Wedding Fun.

Monday, October 22, 2007

Congratulations Kiki and Joe!

More pictures to come...

Desperate Times...

We had our own little mini dust storm in Gray County on Thursday. This will hopefully keep the effects of future windy days to a minimum. I will also have to replant this field.
Of course none of this would have happened if certain people weren't so selfish.
Please pray for rain.

Sunday, October 21, 2007

Friday, October 19, 2007

Random Pictures

Sunday, October 14, 2007

Catching up: The CP Pics

Loading the combine for its first trip to the shop during harvest.

I love the equinoxs (equini?) I don't think they would be as much fun in a non-four direction world. This is Sunset the day before. (The 21st)

And here is sunrise the day after (The 23rd)

This picture makes me tired.

Long lines were especially prevalent this harvest.

A view from the back...

...and the front.

The only room is on the ground

drill fill

I think this is a sunset, but I can't be sure.

Its not good when the seed you are picking up is still being treated when you show up.

The sun did not cooperate, but what you are looking at is the nicest, cleanest shop I have ever seen.

The track packer.