I raked my last cut of hay for this year under a beautiful blue sky. Small clouds began to form in the late afternoon, and I was treated to a beautiful sunset as I finished up the field.
One of the things I love about living on the prairie out in the Middle West is the regular cycle of things. A sure indicator of fall is when the window units come back out to be stored away in the attic until the following July.
Soon to become our new garden area.
Note that Tyler is on the rack, same as in my video from 2008 when we were baling with the 8N and the same baler.
You make hay! The Hesston 6400 Windrower is my newest (1975) implement, and made the hay cutting a much faster and more pleasant job as compared to using my old New Idea sickle bar, which tended to plug up and stop working at least once every other trip around the field.