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Emma: On the Move

We’re on the move to Andale, Kansas.

Here are a few pictures of our move north and few things we saw.


You can’t see her, but Mom is leading this convoy with our travel trailer. Dan is in the semi pulling the combine and two heads, Joel has the fuel trailer, Thad with the crew trailer, and me pulling the cargo trailer, on the move to Kansas.

We were headed directly into a storm but thankfully it dissipated before we actually got to it. We only had a few sprinkles on the windshield here and there, making for a nice drive.

I’m sure a lot of our fellow harvesters have seen this along side the road while moving. Can anyone tell me where this is?

One of our dogs, Heidi, enjoying the cool Kansas weather.

Dan in the semi. Good-bye Oklahoma, you’re in the rear-view-mirror now!

We made it to our destination and found this after parking. This could have turned out very differently. I’m just glad it turned out the way it did. I think it’s probably time for a new tire. 😉

We’re thankful for the smooth trip.
Be safe and God bless!

Emma can be reached at All Aboard 2011 is sponsored by High Plains Journal and DuPont Crop Protection.

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  • Jerri
    Posted at 08:32h, 13 June

    I recognize the photo. Just south of Manchester OK. I pass through there quite often from my home near Dodge City, KS going “home” to my parents near Red Rock, OK.

    Keep up the good work, I enjoy reading your posts. I completely missed the family’s harvest in OK this year, but I’m hoping to catch a few hours in the combine in Kansas 🙂

  • Ricardo Senteio Rocon
    Posted at 09:12h, 13 June

    Very very danger the tire.

  • Scott Bannister
    Posted at 09:48h, 13 June

    By Manchester, Oklahoma, former home of J.C. Feist.

  • Emma Misener
    Posted at 10:43h, 14 June

    it sure is a small world! thanks for all of the input!
    and Ricardo, it very much IS a danger. Thats why I’m thankful it didn’t cause us more of a hazzard on the road. We took care of it right away.