Formerly known as The Next Fifty Years
........ I can do that!
Wordless Wednesday post.
Great job, great machines!Happy ww from Hamburg!Joana
I live in an agricultural area too. We see these kinds of things all the time too. No wheat, but lots of other things.Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday. ♥
I that what they're up to in the fields, I never really know, but see bales of something all bundled up and not a lot growing.
I don't see this sort of thing in central London heheh!Have a wheattastic week :-)
LOL, no, I bet you don't.
Marti,There's something so quaint about farm life. I couldn't do it but it's purrrty darn neat. Fabulous photos! Thanks for stopping by today. You're welcome to join my #WW linky party if you want but there's no pressure to do it. ;) Have a glorious week/weekend, dearie!
Our farming ancestors would never have imagined how it is done now, and on what scale.
Or air-conditioned tractors!
That is good size combine. I'm from North Idaho and they harvest wheat and barley here but later in season.If you fine the time stop in for a cup of coffee
We're way ahead here even for us. We had almost no winter this year.
I only see sights like this when I am on road trips.Those big tractors have always fascinated me.Thanks for sharing!- Lisa
Already? This must be winter wheat?
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