This reminds me how proud I am to be a part of this group of women…working hard to keep everything running smoothly to get the harvest in and loving every minute of it!
Summer is flying by, once again! It’s been so long since I updated on our harvest I’ll give you a quick run down on what has happened since my last update in what, May?!
We finished the spring harvest at home and had a couple of weeks in between finishing and leaving for Kansas. We opted out of Texas this year because there wasn’t a whole lot there and there were more acres at home so, it was a no brainer to stay home. We left home June 19 and arrived in Southern Kansas on June 21. We hit the ground running and had 3 1/2 good, long days of cutting and we were done. Crazy how fast that went! The crops there averaged 35-45 bu/ac. I spent my time trying to settle into the harvest routine and accepting the time change! We also enjoyed our time in Bucklin with the Zimmerman Farms crew!! They have 4 kids also, they all get along so well and are close in age so it is so much fun having them as neighbors. Apparently, the camp lady told the other neighbors to make sure they leave us lots of room because we have a lot of kids, ha!
The Gang – The Bashutski’s and the Zimmerman’s.