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[caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="640"] Storms brewing to the west of Strong City, Oklahoma.[/caption] Cheyenne, OK–I’ve lived in Tornado Alley my whole life. As a matter of fact, my high school alma mater’s mascot is a Red Tornado. I’ve donned tornado apparel and cheered for tornadoes. But...

Lodgepole, Nebraska - The harvest trail can offer so many uncertainties.  For me, our camper is about the only constant, for sure thing we’ve got…it’s home.  I think having two little ones in-tow makes it that much more of a necessity.  I’ll be the first...

[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="800"] We had a great visit with some kiddos from the Oklahoma Baptist Homes for Children![/caption] Hemphill County, Texas - We have had a little bit of everything going on around here lately- moving cattle, hauling cattle, planting cotton, custom farming…you name it!  We...

Hardin, Montana - We’ve made our way up the harvest trail to our final stop in Hardin. Since we left home, we’ve made stops in McDonald, Kansas, Sidney, Nebraska and Chadron, Nebraska.

We made it to McDonald on June 26th. The combine didn’t see much action, but we were blessed to be able to help out another harvest crew with our support equipment. The rain seemed to move in almost every evening while we were there. When the combine was in the field, we saw 60 bushels per acre yields.