For Josh and I that means hauling the grain from the combines to the bins.
And testing it to make sure that it is dry. (: Or close to dry anyway.
And this is the view we have when we get to the field.
Josh and Grampa Pauls unloading the combine
And when Mom and Dad are each driving a combine they like to do things together. (:
Which also saves alot of driving for Josh and I. Thanks guys, you're so sweet!
My mirror view
And this year we have a new driver...
Jesse, he could probably do this in his sleep! (:
And as another day comes to an end we thank God for protection and giving us the crop to harvest
Back at home we are also busy drying the 'almost dry' grain.
We dump it from the grain truck into a bin...
Which augers it into the dryer, then after it has been dryed it gets augered into the grain truck again.
Then you but it back into the bin, all with a smile on your face. (:
Meanwhile inside I have been trying to get some canning done, this last week I canned pickles...
And I picked and froze apples. It's a busy and yummy time of year and I thank God every day for His many blessing!!