Alan, Chandra and Lisa entertain us at Betty’s birthday bash! Derek turns 8! Adam (w/ broken nose), Alan & Ed
Scratchings in the Dirt
Month: September 2006
Yes, we’re still here and It’s still raining!
It is hard to focus on anything once harvest is done. Although there are many things to do, I don’t seem to do any of them. Maybe when the rain stops. We are following Stephen’s attempt to make the Double A Bantam hockey team out of Kindersley. He has made the intitial round of cuts
Over the Top Harvest
Here’s the way to harvest!
Woke up this morning to thunder, lightening and rain! What timing. Rain is predicted for the next 5 days. I have always loved the rain. Vancouver would be a good place for me. I think it stems back to when I was a kid, when it rained it meant we didn’t have to go to
Finished Harvest 06
We finished at 4PM Tue, Sept 12. Rain is predicted starting tonight for 5 days. We have shipped many B train trucks to make room for this years harvest. Peas yielded 30 bushels per acre, Lentils 15, Wheat 25, Barley 45, Flax 10, Oats 35. All in all they were average yields. Quality is all