Majority of Northern Oklahoma has its wheat harvested and we have ours done up until the lovely flint hills. Get er done you lazies!
Have they started in your hood? I assume they would be done?
Talked to a distant relative and he said this is the earliest he has ever harvested and he has been a farmer all his life.
I bet all the history buffs out here enjoy any history related topic and all tech savy people enjoy tech & gadget related posts as well.
I'm majoring in history (hopefully sooner than later) but nowadays I see it that I maybe should have chosen some other field and kept the history on a side. It's interesting and I love all things historical but workswise it's not the "sexiest" field out there nowadays unless one wants to be a teacher. Of course with good selection of different minor subjects and so on one can apply for many different positions with a history degree as well.
Hey, just dropping by to thank you for the history related threads and links. Always very interesting stuff in them. Are you by any chance working in the history field?
I dont get the luxory you get, city life is a bore. Theres a small wheat field nestled between a walmart and a neighborhood. I wish i could see some wheat fields out my window, 5 min drive will bring me near some smaller farm fields. Gonna try and capture the harvest this year. Some of the farmers may be harvesting a month early from what Ive heard. Crazy weather.
I'm ready for some wheat harvest!
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I will definitely give them a good recommendation from SSgt. Sherm...
LOL! I assumed you were an LT. No problem. I am glad to have you on the forum keeping us straight.
It has been a busy week. I was telling Hollis that I just re enlisted and transferred to the Oregon 142nd. I believe your still serving?
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