Tuesday, June 15, 2021

Wheat Harvest 2021

 We always take some time to watch the wheat come out every year. Susan got to ride several rounds in the combine. This is one of those things that makes us think of Patti. She was always excited at wheat harvest.


Coffee Man said...

I remember that as a kid. My Dads uncles owned 1500 acres of Kansas flatland they ran cattle and planted wheat on. All my Dads brothers would show up and, for a week, run the combines and trucks to bring in the harvest. My Dads aunts and his Mom (my grandmother) would be in town cooking. When you saw the dust clouds from the cars coming down the road it was time for lunch. Trunks would be opened and there would be fried chicken, roast beef, mashed potates, gravy corn, green beans, biscuits.....all the fixings. All served on china plates, not paper. All of that washed down with gallons of iced sun tea!!!

Those times are long long gone sadly.

Merle said...

Back in the day my job was holding and sealing the bags.