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 :-)
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!
LOL, no, I bet you don't.
Our farming ancestors would never have imagined how it is done now, and on what scale.
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
Or air-conditioned tractors!
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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