Monthly Archives: November 2018

Flurries

Tuesday, November 27, 2018 There is snow in the air today.  Just a light amount of flurries, not a heavy snowfall.  We don’t expect any accumulation.  Still, it reinforces the chill in the air, and makes it seem like winter … Continue reading

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Warm weekend, chilly Monday

November 26, 2018 What a difference a day makes… weather wise anyway.  Saturday, we were at 55F (13C), and yesterday, we hit 61ºF (16C)!  Yesterday had bright sunshine, but today is overcast, gray, drizzly, and gloomy.  The temp is 32F … Continue reading

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Chilly job

Tuesday, November 20, 2018 Today, John has taken it on to get the JD combine cleaned up.  He first used compressed air to blow the crusty, packed-on clumps of debris away… then took out the hose and brush and bucket … Continue reading

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Gray November day

Monday, November 19, 2018 It’s gray and chilly out there, 41ºF (5C).  There is a bit of fog in the air, and there is drizzly rain, too.  You wouldn’t call it a rainy day, but it’s like some of those … Continue reading

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#harvest18 complete

Monday, November 12, 2018 Today, after checking the weather forecast, we decided to go for it.  We took the S680 combine and header to the Commer and Freddie farms and harvested the remaining soybeans.  Those were planted in mid-July, and … Continue reading

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The waiting game

Thursday, November 8, 2018 We are still waiting for the soil to firm up, and the soybeans to dry down in order to finish #harvest18.   We need about 2 or 3 hours of work to go back to the Commer … Continue reading

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Nice Saturday

November 3, 2018 Today has been a pretty nice day.  It started out foggy, and with heavy dew.  But the constant sunshine and 10 mph breeze has dried things out quite well, even if the temperature remains in the mid-50s.  … Continue reading

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