Getting Er Done

© Roxanne M. Bubar

Getting Er Done

Jeana Clark May 24, 2011

Oh the hardships of farming!!!
How Well I know!
Sometimes it seems as though everyday you hit a brick wall of some sort!
Glad things are moving along now for you! Hang in there and things will work out!
Fabulous capture Roxanne!!! And I so love those clouds!!! Hopefully they wont produce more rain for you!

~J~ #1379779

Roxanne M. Bubar May 24, 2011

Thank you Jeana.
I know you know the hardships well.
Thanks for your kind words with this photo. I just love farm images with gorgeous clouds in them. #9425766

Denny E. Barnes level-deluxe May 24, 2011

Very beautiful farm image, Roxanne! And like Jeana, the clouds are outstanding!! We have been so wet here we still can't work the ground. Strawberry planting will just have to wait. Looks like we might be picking and planting at the same time..LOL.. #9425833

Hendrik Storme May 24, 2011

Beautiful scene and capture! #9425946

Tammy M. Anderson level-deluxe May 24, 2011

Beautiful country scene, Roxanne. Great sky and good luck with the planting. #9425982

Courtenay Vanderbilt May 24, 2011

This is just gorgeous, Roxanne! My hat's off to make the world go 'round! Good luck with this planting season. It's already gotten dry here in Atlanta! #9426243

Ron McEwan May 24, 2011

I felt right at home reading your narrative Roxanne. We are shut out of the fields right now here in MO. Worked cattle yesterday. Ranching is good when there is rain. But again to much nobody will have the grain to feed cattle. It's a pull and tug all the way anymore. #9426429

Tiia Vissak May 25, 2011

a wonderful scene! #9427674

Tammy Espino May 28, 2011

Wonderful capture & I like your story to go with it :) #9433100

Emile Abbott level-deluxe May 30, 2011

I know the rains slowed you down but I bet the soil is fertile and ready for crops. We know you will. We know you will. #9435630

Erika G. Gossett June 01, 2011

Beautiful country scene, Roxann! Thanks for the story! #9438997

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Our weather has not been not co-operating to say the very least. Rain and then soil temperatures.
We finally did start to plant May 19 and as my husband reminded me last year we started May 11. Then our planter which we thought was ready to go had a few more kinks to get out of it’s system. After losing precious hours we started again.
In this photo our nephew, Nick is in his tractor with the vibra-chisel/soil saver working the ground then the tractor with the planter will follow.
God love my husband he reminded me yesterday that we had finished planted last year at this time. We know we can, we know we can.

Exif: F Number: 5, Exposure Bias Value: 0.00, ExposureTime: 1/640 seconds, Flash: did not fire, compulsory flash mode, ISO: 80, White balance: Auto white balance, FocalLength: 32.77 mm, Model: Canon PowerShot SX20 IS

Uploaded on May 24, 2011

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