Discussion in 'Pictures and video' started by candor, Apr 13, 2011.
I'll say one thing for them, they certainly look the part
I saw that snapchat-I taught it was subsoiling you were at.....
As did i it wasnt ploughing u where at anyway dec
The ground was black behind me, is that not ploughing?
You's boys are just spoilt with your boys ground.
I've decided I'm done with snapchat, I'm getting nothing but abuse over it
Finally got to cut the spring barley today or what wasn't on the floor anyway, wireworm gave it a hiding in the spring so it was pretty thin.
Just one of those years Thanks to @Mixed up for cutting it!
Dont go ur great crack
No problem win you got the combines best side looks almost respectable
And we're done
Have this car to drive around for the next 10 days in Florida.
air b and b ?
Just the job for a budding storm chaser..
No we booked the villa straight trough the people who own it as they are only from arklow. Booked a lot of the rest trough tour America. When we got here we checked in at the car rental desks and after a bit of paper work we were sent to the carpark to another office. Handed them the sheet and the woman just said "that's grand , convertibles are up there on the right. Keys are in them all so pick which ever one you want and enjoy." Never even showed us how to work anything but everything was simple enough. Then straight out onto the interstate 4.
Today was an amazing day. So fine and sunny and warm. Was 33degrees and with the humidity the phone was saying it feels like 39degrees but tonight around 6 it all changed and it was a pure tunderstorm. Never seen lightening like it or heard tunder as loud. fork lightening and the ground nearly felt like it shock with the tunder
Hope you remembered to put up the roof on the convertible..
Keeping tight to the plough today
Can't see that pic @fraserb unless it's just me
Slip clutch on power harrow not working and a railway sleeper gets caught...
If that's as deep as the damage goes it's not so bad
Ain't that the truth...
Were ye trying to see if the railway line would grow 12t/ha of wheat
I got a bit of "funny tummy" looking at that,, could of been an expensive hit,, glad that's the only damage
Finished up this afternoon, 1050 acres in