While I was over at the Waseca County Fair I saw the Waseca County 4-H came up with a new use for round bales of hay. Pretty unique way of promoting 4-H at their County Fair. Those 4-H members can be very creative!!!
This is a picture of Crater Lake located about an hour and a half from Medford Oregon where we were staying. It was the bluest water I have ever seen. This mountain used to be over 12,000 feet until the last major eruption 7,700 years ago
I did not notice this art at the Sacramento airport when we got in on Wednesday. Guess I was a little tired. But I did notice it Thursday when we went back to pick up Stephen. Looks like a good use of old suitcases to draw attention to the baggage claim area
Louise, Laura and I had a safe trip to Sacramento this afternoon. Stephen will be flying in tomorrow around noon and then we will be heading to Medford Oregon for my sisters wedding reception. It was much cheaper to fly into Sacramento and drive about five hours to Medford
Be sure to stop in the 4-H Building while you are at the Rice County Fair and make a donation to the Food Shelf. In the picture is the display 4-H clubs built out of canned and dry goods in the form of a Theme Park
These are pictures I took when I was out to the Farm on Saturday. Both the corn and soybeans look pretty good except for the drowned out spots. Also, the corn is still a little uneven that is harder to see as the corn gets bigger
When I was out spraying beans last Saturday I noticed this little strip of beans that was brown and dying. I instantly knew what happened. I was spraying the sweetcorn with Laudis and Atrazine, of course according to label directions
These pictures were taken from my tractor cab when I was out spraying beans last Saturday. One picture was taken from the left cab window. It was a common sight of black spots in the field that drowned out because of the heavy rains we received
Last Saturday I went out to the farm to spray my soybeans and had to take this picture. For a number of years after we had the Round-Up Ready Technology we relied on killing the weeds in the growing crop
Later on Thursday I headed up to the Cannon Valley Fair and ran into these delightful ladies! Second from the left is Nancy Hovel the Vice President of the Cannon Valley Fair. Just to the right of Nancy is Olive Huph who has helped out at the Cannon Valley Fair for over 45 years! The far left is Kathy Huph, Olive's daughter and far right is Olive's granddaughter Tracy Nelson
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