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Jenna: Final Post

It’s August 31st – the last day of August, the last day to post on this blog, and, ironically enough, the last day of summer wheat harvest 2009 for Zeorian Harvesting. (My parents finished our final job in Montana earlier today.)

It was a summer of new places, people and experiences for Zeorian Harvesting. From having the latest start to the season we can remember, to working in three new places, to sitting in the rain for over a week straight mid-season, to putting 700 miles between members of the crew/family to finish a job…it all helped make the 2009 wheat harvest a memorable one.

I want to thank you, the readers, for also making this summer memorable. When I first began writing for All Aboard, I had no idea the kind of impact it would have on me. I wasn’t sure that our small, family-run custom harvesting business and my tales from the road would be interesting enough to share with the rest of the world. But, you proved me wrong.

Whether you checked the blog each day to see what we were up to, left a comment, “friended” us on Facebook, followed us on Twitter, or took the time to send me an e-mail – thank you. Your support, encouragement and involvement was overwhelming and amazing. You made my involvement in the All Aboard 2009 Wheat Harvest an experience that I will never forget, and I hope you enjoyed it as much as I did.

Thanks for everything,



Jenna Zeorian can be reached at All Aboard 2009 Wheat Harvest is sponsored by High Plains Journal and DuPont Crop Protection.

  • dave
    Posted at 11:48h, 01 September

    Thanks for the summer of stories. We are just finishing up w wheat here in canada. Do your folks go back and do corn milo or beans for the rest of the fall? It is nice to see a real family run bussiness still working together on the ww harvest run. Very interesting summer thanks again Dave

  • Jerry
    Posted at 13:59h, 01 September

    Thank YOU Jenna. It was great to re-live my college days again through your writings (and of course my two week "vacations" harvesting wheat each year).


  • Brian
    Posted at 18:58h, 01 September

    Thank you, Jenna and Jada, I have really enjoyed following you guys these past several months. Small grain harvest is wrapping up here in Hampshire, England, saw several combines in the fields over the weekend. And a field of linseed that we were told is one of the last crops to ripen.

  • nebraska
    Posted at 02:51h, 02 September

    Jenna, thanx for taking us along for the harvest. The wheat fields will never be the same again!

  • Saul Small
    Posted at 02:56h, 02 September

    So long Jenna….. your posts were in fact interesting. They have been unique several ways. To name one; as in coming from the perspective of a girl!!…. ;)… not that they were so different really. It’s neat how you seem to enjoy harvesting so much. So yeah. You made a GREAT job!! The pictures were awesome! Your writing expressive with a jovial aura akin to your profile picture. Maybe it wasn’t always easy to do….or perhaps it comes naturally for you. Thank you.