|Me driving our diesel pickup out in the field, the girls loved the bumpy road and going up the hills|
|The product coming out to the combine into the grain cart will end up in the grocery stores|
as flour or in crackers, cakes/cookies, bread & so much more!
A video to give you an idea of what harvesting on a hillside looks like on the rolling hills of the "Palouse area" in North Idaho. The grain cart waits in the field until the combines bulk tank is full and ready to unload.
The first ride in the combine is always an exciting event!
|Papa and Miss N|
|Mama, (daughter Jen) helping Miss N down after her ride and Miss B |
will take her ride with Papa
|A picture shot while in the pick-up while waiting for Jen and Miss B|
|Jen and Miss B after her ride. Wheat stalks are scratchy on bare skin as well as|
slick, so nice to hitch a ride in Mom's arms
|Miss N wanted to eat some of the wheat kernels|
|Miss B, our fashion diva, picking up wheat spilled on the ground|
|Hanging out with grandma while the big sisters rode with papa|
|Miss M was just more interested in her cookie|
The crew was really excited to see us because it meant I was bringing out cold drinks and peanut butter bars.
|Cody, Ryan, Miss M, me and Miss B|
We were short a tractor driver, so our new son-in-law took a couple of days off from his job and came out to help on Monday and Tuesday (today).
|Andrew enjoying getting to play with the big "Tonka" toys|
And remember yesterday's blog about the Zucchini Cobbler Bars??? Well, here is a picture of them and the recipe will be posted on the OMG page, along with picture instructions. After I made the first batch and gave them away, I couldn't help myself and had to make another batch, so this time I took pictures of the process.
|Zucchini Cobbler Bars ( a double yum factor)|
Well again, thanks for stopping by and I'll be posting more, so hope you will make it back. =) As always, you can reach me at email@example.com or leave a comment, I love both. All my best, Gayle.