The day dawned beautifully!
Since I work Monday – Friday, I was able to be home all day. Didn’t even need to make a parts run!
I treated the crew to grilled ribeye sandwiches and still warm brownies for lunch. I highly recommend McCormick’s marinade seasoning packets!
Farming terraces takes extra time, but prevents soil erosion.
Then, I returned to the house to catch up on highly-neglected housework. I didn’t catch up. I still can’t even see the finish line!
Clint sent me a couple more pictures of his incredible views!
I made hot ham and Swiss sliders for supper. Forgot pics – but they were delicious!
A hard push at the end led to the last 4 rows!!
Crop is in, but farm work will continue. Just not today, Sunday! Today we rest.
I hope you may rest today, friends!
Beautiful photos of your harvest, and incredible opening a sunset photo. Your post brings me back to my days when I ran a grain elevator in Eastern Oregon back in the day ~ and often when the farmers asked if I could work on Sunday (which I gladly did, one to support the farmers and also because I got time and a half of pay 🙂 ), they would always bring me part of their supper when the finished up. It made such a great impact on me, not just the delicious food but the feeling of being one of the team/one of the family. Granted…I do not remember ever getting grilled rib-eye 🙂 Beautiful and perfectly done. Enjoy your week ahead!