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How do you celebrate the end of wheat harvest?
alan kuntzPosted at 13:37h, 19 August
I look back on the great pictures and stories and dream that I was there too. I always look forward to the next report.
Allen WaltersPosted at 14:24h, 19 August
enjoying a nice supper with all the crew and hoping that everyone made it through safe!
Mary Jo ManethPosted at 14:30h, 19 August
With a big after harvest meal to thank our help
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Robert HansenPosted at 14:36h, 19 August
the end of harvest always ends with BBQ and friends
JudyPosted at 16:42h, 19 August
DonnaPosted at 17:51h, 19 August
celebration dinner that happens before sundown! (unlike dinners during harvest 🙂
Paul E. TomlinsonPosted at 18:18h, 19 August
while I’m not a harvestor, I followed the crews here all summer & wished I could have been there, be safe & I’ll follow ya all next year!!
Lawrence HenryPosted at 20:45h, 19 August
With a steak dinner.
Marcy AycockPosted at 07:09h, 20 August
By going back to school!!
Karen HancockPosted at 08:22h, 20 August
We reflect on the blessing we were able to harvest. Talk about changes for next year. Depending on the time of day, we will try to have a sit down supper together.
John MurphyPosted at 11:34h, 20 August
Always looked forward to your next report. I will miss checking
every day for the next report of where you are and the great pictures
of the great country where we all live.
Brian NielsenPosted at 12:46h, 20 August
We usually have a backyard BBQ
FRANK DIETRICHPosted at 13:30h, 20 August
bbq and beer
Darrin HaufPosted at 13:45h, 20 August
Growing up in central North Dakota, our end of wheat harvest ritual was my Grandfather running a straw hat through the combine! (i don’t know where he got the idea from). This was followed by an ‘end of harvest supper’ where my entire family would go out for a nice steak.
I have very fond memories of North Dakota farm life. I’m employed in the Ag industry but truly miss farm life. Reading the blogs brings me back to the excitement and challenges of wheat harvest. Thanks to all the bloggers taking the time to share as I’m certain blogging was not at the top of the priority list for you!
Dale Von TungelnPosted at 13:49h, 21 August
We take a day off then clean the equipment really good put it all in the barn than clean yourself up and go to the steakhouse and have a great set down supper and. Talk about some changes we should make for next year’s harvest