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Sage: The Crew, Cutting and…Camels?

Sage: The Crew, Cutting and…Camels?

Lunch time
The crew eating lunch in the field.

Camels
A couple camels were wandering near the fence on my way to the elevator.

The days are flying by as we are working hard, and most of the crew is already looking forward to a rain day.  Dad calls this part of harvest boot camp because of the realities that set in.  Spirits are still high and everyone is seems to be having a good time, even though the days are long.  Personally I would rather work, but I wouldn’t mind sleeping in a little bit.  I’ll get back in the harvest groove here soon.

Sage Sammons can be reached at sage@allaboardharvest.com. All Aboard 2010 Wheat Harvest is sponsored by High Plains Journal and DuPont Crop Protection.

5 Comments
  • Tracy
    Posted at 15:39h, 03 June

    Camels? I love it! I thought your dad was younger than me…changes everything!

  • Sam Bezner
    Posted at 23:03h, 04 June

    I was told the camels eat mesquite.I passed your Dad and one of your trucks going through Wichita Falls Monday morning.I was headed to Ft.Worth.

  • Jenna
    Posted at 04:12h, 05 June

    Was it a requirement for the crew to wear green that day? :]

  • TractorGuy
    Posted at 21:44h, 06 June

    Did you ever find out why there are camels in Texas?

  • Sage
    Posted at 04:04h, 07 June

    Sam-Next time wave great big and I’ll honk my horn! Or maybe I’ll just wave because I don’t want to get pulled over by DOT again. Haha.

    Jenna-Haha you catch all the little things don’t you 🙂 i didn’t even notice it, I guess it was just a coincidence.

    TractorGuy-I hope to find out tomorrow. We moved off of that farmer but we are moving back tomorrow so I’ll do some investigating.