The John Deere “Tag” Relay Harvesting Team November 21st 2009 DAY 379
This morning I woke up tired, we have been putting some hard yakka in on the farm, but this is farm life, this is harvest time, it has to be done, however tired everyone is it still goes on.
I have a quick cup of tea and Helen and I head off, me in the fire truck and Helen towing the fuel bowser.
The header has been working all night, we pass Jason who is going home for some rest, ... read more
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