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Jul 6, 2017

What Have I Been Doing, You Ask?

Not sewing.............sigh!!
See that circle thingy? Whatever it is, Mr. Cowboy's hay baling has nearly come to a grinding halt because "it" needs fixing. He's told me the name of it several times but with all the fetching I've had to do for him......."go that this"......."bring me that"..........."hand me the hex"........ "not that screwdriver"............."get me the three-quarter lug"
Some of this stuff is so heavy I can barely manage to pick it up.........sigh!!!
It's hot, as in 93 and steamy. I'm soaking wet and need to go and dunk myself in a very cold tub.

For the moment, Mr. Cowboy is off to find some part or another. I'm having a big glass of iced tea.
I just noticed the name of the baler.....Krone..........I feel like an old crone at the moment......LOL!!!

Soon we'll be back to cutting, raking and baling........sigh!! I need a vacation.


Needled Mom said...

It's never a good thing when the equipment breaks down during the busy season. Hope the "it" gets fixed soon.

Gene Black said...

I don't know what the "circle thing" is - but it appears to get lots of wear from working.
I hope all is fixed soon -and that you get a vacation from the baling.

allthingzsewn said...

I'm assuming that is a string feed. Nice looking tractor too, is that a Kabota. Your is nicer than ours and larger as well. Our is a little work horse though. Hope he get the baler fixed soon. He sure keep our equipment nice and clean.
I'm sending a friend over to your blog, she is just getting into the portrait quilts, and since you so good at it you could be inspiration for her.

Joyce Carter said...

I know it must be very discouraging when something breaks down right when you need it the most. I hope it gets fixed very soon.
(I use to have to hand my hubby tools while he worked on cars. I did learn a lot of things. It is hard work being the wife of a mechanic. LOL

Carol- Beads and Birds said...

Well, I looked and looked at that picture and I thought What The Heck HAS She Been Doin'? Then I thought "that looks like a pulley. She must be helping Mr. Cowboy". My daughter has spent the last week in Corpus Cristi. She drove a friend down to visit his daughter. While he is with his family, she has been traveling around to Dallas, San Antonio and other places. She says she wants to see what she can because she doesn't think she ever wants to go back down there. My kids have my love of Big Cities and beautiful beaches. She has not seen one LIVE Armadillo.

Now that you helped Mr. Cowboy do the fixin' you can get back to more fun things.
xx, Carol

Magpie's Mumblings said...

Hi Rhonda - nice to 'meet' you! I'm the friend that Tonia sent over to visit you. Looking forward to having a good peek through your blog to see what I can discover.


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