About two hours after my post was published last Monday, we received the news that our harvest was over.
I was disappointed at first, but then realised that I have so much to be grateful for.
I had the opportunity to test myself on an eight-hour-long road trip here in the USA. I loved every second of it and saw beautiful landscapes, and added a few towns to my Travel Bucket list.
I had the opportunity to photograph part of one of the towns on my Travel Bucket list. The other part I will do on my Route 66 Road trip.
I learned much about harvesting and how the combines and grain carts work. I am sad I did not have the opportunity to drive the grain cart but all things happens for a reason.
I had the opportunity to drive the big truck and pull the fuel trailer when we moved to a new cornfield.
We returned home on Tuesday morning and resumed our normal day-to-day routine.
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PS. I am saving up for upcoming Landscape Photography Trips to Scotland and Namibia and a few road trips in the USA, including Route 66 and The historic Apache Trail. Also on my list are National Parks and Botanical gardens in South Africa, the UK, and the USA.
The most important photography trip for me is to return to Scotland. I am honoring my promise to my Father to return and capture the beautiful landscapes and the elusive Puffins. Your help to make these trips a reality would be much appreciated in today’s economy.
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