Friday, May 1, 2015


Just below the Grand Tetons near the Idaho-Wyoming border there are acres and acres of deep fertile soil.

 The grain stored in the huge silos all winter…

 …is being hauled off to the fields.

 Spring planting has been kicked into high gear.  The dirt is warm and dry and ready.

 Most of the farmers are putting in some kind of grain or those famous Idaho potatoes.

 All kinds of tractors are being put to work.

 Tractors on the highway.

 Tractors in town.

 Tractors in the toy isle of the feed store.

 This big-wheeled wide load ain't goin' any faster. So just smile and wave and tip your hat, to the man up on the tractor.  
“International Harvester” Craig Morgan


laurak/ForestWalkArt :) said...

tractors tractors everywhere!! a sure sign of spring! and fields that will soon be growing!
thank you farmers!!

LOVE the mountains!!
in the shot of the silos...i noticed the street lights...i like them...the old type. cool.
have a happy weekend!

Joanne Noragon said...

It's good to see the amount of work that goes into feeding a nation.

Val said...

Before long, you will be able to get us a pic of purple mountain majesties AND amber waves of grain!

Alica said...

Here's to another season of safe farming! Happy SPRING!

Terry and Linda said...

Aren't you lucky to live where there are farmers! Tee Hee I think you are!