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I should have known that if I said one day was successful, I would jinx us for the next. And jinx us I did. Today was not the greatest traveling day. We bucked 30mph south winds all day which made for tough and slow going. Road construction was tearing up our usual route so we were forced to detour. We also had a truck overheat periodically throughout the day. However, we are all fine! Just exhausted.

Made it to central KS tonight and will hopefully make it to our destination in southern Oklahoma tomorrow late afternoon!

Hoffman Harvesting is excited to announce that we are finally running again. Last night was just a bit over the limit for moisture and we had to hold out until today to cut. Things ran pretty normal until this evening when disaster struck.

Rocky mans the bins for us

Rocky works for the Campbells and helps man the bins for us.

As Jonny was dumping on the go, we heard him on the radio quickly telling Oak to get the grain cart away from under his auger. Thankfully he was quick to react or we would have had more trouble than a flat front tire on the combine. He had run over a gauge wheel from the air seeder. It must have hit the right spot because the tire was flat before any of us was able to drive over to inspect the damage.

The Miseners have been very busy since my last post in December and I have some catching up to do!

Nothing has really changed for us because we're still up and down the roads. After we made the long haul home after the 2011 fall harvest we took a well deserved vacation to Montana to spend the holidays with my grandparents. We also headed to Grand Island, Neb., for the U.S. Custom Harvesters Annual Convention. We had a chance to see and catch up with our fellow harvesters.