Beans are (almost) DONE!

Clint took some pics for me while I was at work. They were knocking out beans! Only a small patch of beans remain that aren’t yet ready.

It was a beautiful fall day. It clouded over a bit toward evening. I barely caught the sunset.

Celebrate something you (almost) complete!

About Marla Rose

This blog documents small-town life in central Illinois with photographs and various ideas/adventures that come my way. My hope is to make you laugh (or at least smile) and appreciate this life!
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3 Responses to Beans are (almost) DONE!

  1. Greg Dickinson says:

    So what happens once finish harvesting?

    I was in very north Texas earlier this week pronghorn hunting. They were combining corn and Milo

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    • Marla Rose says:

      Sleep! 🤣 No, in all seriousness, there is a lot more equipment. Winterize the equipment for storage, chisel all cornstalk ground, apply pre-emergence spray on bean ground, Clint has a backhoe, track hoe, and excavator- so he will also do “dirt work” – fixing washes, holes, and gulleys. Plus, brushwork around the fields that have timber ground around them. Then, shop work!

  2. Dianna says:

    Beautiful photos!

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