Howard Johnson Express Altoona
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Well it has been several days since there have been any posts. That's because those days have been spent in the field from 8 am until 9 pm harvesting the beans. Beans are fickle and do not like moisture so you needed to get them when they are ready and no rain. It is very tough running out in the field ...
T-minus 3 days to departure and the reality of traveling to another continent for over a month is starting to set in.
Things I have yet to do:
- Get malaria prophylaxis and travelers diarrhea medication
- Find a carry-on that fits British Airways size dimensions
- Get beach bod ready (lolz)
- Tie up all 1 million loose ends before I leave
I know I'm ...
I am back in Waukee for a few days and it is time to get back on the trail. The weather is great but it seems a little windy. As I head out things seem a little too easy doing 15 mph with little work. it's not like it is a steep down hill, but I will learn on the way back that slight down hill with a good wind makes ...
... picked up moisture and became very tough. They can easily plug the combine and it takes a lot of work to pull out all the stems by hand. I gave up last night and let Randy go to it. I must admit It was neat out in a dark field combining with the Lunar eclipse in the sky. So today everything went fine and my truck became a true work truck. Full blown harvest is probably 2 weeks away so stay ...
... is a use fee trail and requires a permit. They have tubes to pay all along the trail. It is only $2 a day or $10 for a year. I sent them my $10 and feel it is a great way to help pay for something you use. The second thing I notice when I take off is the trail is concrete. Not sure how they got all that concrete back there, but it makes for a great trail. Check out the photos and hopefully I will have more in the future. ...