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I'm not envious, but I'd like a life like that ...Thank you Dave.Milena
Thank you bujal. I'll take this kind of living each and every day, Dave
In this image I feel calm, far from the madness of the big city and moreover it is a beautiful and peaceful place.Thanks to your nephew for taking the picture and to you for publishing it ...
I remember being in the barn with interior temps up near 110 stacking the hay so I'm right with you dd. -- I agree exactly Mac. Thanks you guys, D
I remember those hot days, stacking hay bales on the wagon! It kept us kids out of trouble, and gave us a good work ethic. Dusty : )
He captured a beautiful Moment with the sunshine...this is a beautiful picture ☺
Thanks San and bc. My nephew snapped a good pic here for sure, D
I always enjoy driving through the farming areas of PA as I drive north on I-95 each spring ….beautiful rolling countryside with well-kept farms … Sandra
Great shot!!!!!!! :)
These are 7' by 3' by 4' and weigh close to 800 lbs. I just asked my bro today if he does any small "old school' bales anymore. He said very little. They are too labor intensive to be financially feasible. Just like everything else in the world, bigger, faster, cheaper n better. -----Jumping off for night. -- Thanks callu and red, Dave
We used to have 'square bales' when I was a kid, now all you see are the big round bales. How big are these things? They look a lot bigger than our old square bales. That's a pretty picture. Thanks.
Cool shot! Thanks for sharing! :-)