Jada: Reunited and it feels so good!

For the first time in a long time it feels like we are back into the swing of things. We actually cut without getting interrupted by rain or green wheat yesterday and today.

It turns out Andreas and Roly were getting along better than I thought. This morning they were able to move to Kanarado to help Adam and Callum finish up. Then later today they all moved the rest of our equipment to Colorado. We are happy to all be back in the field together.

Here are some photos of the last night.

James finishes off a piece
James finishes off a piece of wheat. The field is almost done!

We get to enjoy the sun setting.
Ahhhh…..We get to enjoy a setting sun in the field…. It’s been awhile!

A night photo.
I have time to snap a night photo while waiting to help move more equipment.

James moving to the next field at night.
James moving to the next field at night. This can prove to be challenging in close quarters as the dark can play games on your vision

A truck parked with its lights on so the grain cart can easily find it in the field at night
A truck sits in the field with it’s lights on to serve as a beacon for the grain cart. It is amazing how easily you can get turned around in big fields at night. It also doesn’t hurt to have the lights on so the trucks don’t get ran into too!

Jada can be reached at jada@allaboardharvest.com. All Aboard 2011 is sponsored by High Plains Journal and DuPont Crop Protection.

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