19 Jun Late Nights and Early Mornings
Elk City, Ok — For the past ten days, we have been extremely busy. We started wheat harvest! As many of you have read, this lifestyle can be a lot of hot days and many tiring hours. Most of these nights Dan, Liz, and I are in the field until 11-11:30pm before we head home for a quick snack and a shower, then off the bed to arise the next morning by at least 7am. These short nights and long days are tiring, but it is all apart of what we do. We need to do it to support ourselves and the bigger picture of feeding people all around us. In these pictures we are doing some last minute checks and are headed out the driveway to our first stop 20 miles east of us around Burns Flat, Oklahoma. We started cutting June 9th, I believe. It has slipped my mind! Haha!
My riding companion most days, Jesse.
All in convoy. First its Dan in one combine, then mom with the double header trailer, Liz with the tractor and cart pulling our service truck, then me in the second combine.
Life isn’t without its struggles!
We got everything put back together and were on the road in no time.
The first field for Misener Family Harvesters! We have been cutting non-stop since.
Be safe and God bless!
All Aboard Wheat Harvest™ is sponsored by High Plains Journal and New Holland Agriculture. Emma can be reached at email@example.com.
Tom StegmeierPosted at 18:06h, 19 June
Super, great to see the headers in the Wheat,work safe ,God Bless.
Emma MisenerPosted at 16:26h, 26 June
Always a good feeling when there’s work to be done. It can be stressful at times, but what about life cannot be stressful? All we can do is our best, and God will do the rest.