Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Wordless Wednesday - Working the Fields

8 comments:

threecollie said...

Good one!

Intense Guy said...

I know he (the driver) is looking at where he is going but the heads down pose makes it look like he is napping!

lisa said...

I love to be able to watch the Amish use the horses for field work. Good one!

Donna said...

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colleen said...

So cool. Love to see fields plowed the old way.

RNSANE said...

I don't know if they are cutting grass but it looks like an awful lot of work!


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Carolynn said...

Love it. I long to go back to the simpler ways. Although, I would also dearly miss many of the modern conveniences. Maybe I'll go for a mixture.

CTG Ponies said...

Thanks!

It definitely looked like the driver was napping. The horses have probably plowed that field so often that they could practically do it themselves. He's not cutting the grass, he's plowing a plot of land between the alfalfa and the newly planted corn.

Carolyn, sometimes I think we need to go back to basics to but I would definitely miss some modern conveniences.


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