04 Jul Win a Harvest Prize Pack!
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How did you celebrate July 4th?
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JoshPosted at 17:20h, 04 July
I spent the 4 of July keeping irrigation running.
StevePosted at 19:58h, 04 July
We listened to the Declaration of Independence read aloud on NPR, worked on irrigation, and went to a picnic/fireworks in town.
Rick RicePosted at 08:19h, 05 July
We put up a new flag pole over the weekend and the cement was dry and ready for flying Old Glory 4th of July. .
DAVID HAZLETTPosted at 08:20h, 05 July
we spent the 4th blowing up stuff made in china
Mary Ellen LewisPosted at 08:51h, 05 July
I spent the 4th working in my garden, enjoying ice cream and cake on the patio, and watching the fireworks from atop a ferris wheel.
Shawn MeyerPosted at 08:55h, 05 July
We spent the 4th of July in true American fashion – we had a neighborhood BBQ and then all the kids lit fireworks until they ran out! It was a great way to celebrate our Freedom and what America offers!
JudyPosted at 09:13h, 05 July
Relaxed at home!
All AboardPosted at 14:15h, 06 July
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Jeni WeilertPosted at 09:44h, 05 July
We spent the fourth weekend with family and friends. Ended the day watching the fireworks in town with our girls.
Lynette StenzelPosted at 10:25h, 05 July
Our family spent the fourth celebrating my mother-in-laws 90th birthday with all her siblings (all still living) and my father-in-laws siblings, also all living!!! One of those couples also was celebrating their 70th wedding anniversary, and all of their children, grand-children (and inlaws) and great grandchildren (Except one) came back to celebrate the fourth in grand ‘western kansas style’ with fireworks and family reunions!! God Bless America!!!
Colleen HashmanPosted at 10:41h, 05 July
The 4th of July was spent golfing with family, raking, baling and moving lots of hay bales. We also mowed around the farm and enjoyed our children and grandchild as they decided to spend the night and leave on Tuesday.
MelindaPosted at 12:15h, 05 July
Went to the lake since the fields were too dry to plow, still praying for rain.
Jesse FerrisPosted at 12:35h, 05 July
Went and watched a local towns display.
Karen.Posted at 14:44h, 05 July
It’s my parents’ anniversary and the goal is watermelon in the wheat field to celebrate.
Greg HallstromPosted at 20:05h, 05 July
Catching fish and drinking beer.
Give a man a fish and he will eat for a day. Teach a man to fish and he will sit in boat and drink beer.
MattPosted at 21:52h, 05 July
Cut some pretty good irrigated wheat; drove a county and a half north to find a fireworks show that hadn’t been cancelled.
Todd BuddPosted at 08:35h, 06 July
I spent the day skiing and swimming with my family and when it was time for the fireworks, my son, daughter and nephew, brother and I jumped in the water and watched them set of the fireworks off the dam. Best part was my brother is a two time Iraqi war vet and I am a firemen!!
Daniel BarrierPosted at 08:55h, 06 July
I spent my 4th of July gathering cattle and putting some add on’s onto our fertilizer applicator.
All AboardPosted at 12:02h, 06 July
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