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We’re all growing webbed feet — 10 Comments

  1. Staci,

    What model John Deere do you have? I have had a 14T and a 24T and loved both of them. Boy baling at 106 degrees? Been there; done that. And sure hate it. Especially stacking in the loft. Puff pant, heat stroke! That’s why hardly anyone puts up squares anymore…. At $10 an hour, we can’t find a willing strong person to toss them! And both Will and I have bad backs. Oh well, we just work slower. Thank GOD for David and Ashley!

    You can just buy it through Amazon as when I sell my books, I have to buy them at a discount, but the shipping sucks! If you want an autograph, just send me the book and I’ll be more than happy to sign it for you.

    Picking corn??? Heck, mine is just starting to tassel! Oh you folks who live in warmer zones!!!

  2. Rick,

    Yes, your reviews are on Amazon. And THANK YOU SO MUCH! So you had chest high corn for the Fourth of July? Hey we were thankful for knee high!!!

    Yep, Ol’ Jess is coming right along now. Won’t be too many days before we’re finished, finished. Hey, I just thought, that means I’ve got another painting to do for the cover, doesn’t it….. But I enjoy the series too and have fun plotting up nice twists and turns to keep you all reading!
    Big smiles and blessings from Northern Minnesota!

  3. Jackie, We too are putting up hay and fighting the rain. We have had a round baler for years and finally found an old John Deer square baler for a song. We put up a little over 250 on Friday, it has been years since I have hauled square bales. It was 106 when we started baling, boy, now i remember why we bought the round baler. No one else puts up square bales around here so we are hoping we can add to the farm income by selling them from the field. Its good to hear that your berry harvest is good this year, we got some but it turned off dry when they were maturing, then we got 6 inches of rain in a day so most rotted. I did get enough black berries to make a few batches of jelly. When your next book comes out, where should we buy it from so that it most benefits you? Wish you lived closer, Ill be picking corn this week and would have yall over to enjoy some.

    Staci from Arkansas

  4. Miss Jackie, Thank you, Thank you THANK YOU!!!!! I have been wondering what my friend, Jess Hazzard has been up to. It seems he has spent an evening or two chatting with you to catch you up on on doings near Green River…..I can hardly restrain myself from a visit to his ranch to find out for myself, of course I would help him with the crops…..you made my day HAPPY! Let us know when we can place our book order. I have written reviews about him on Amazon. Not sure if they were accepted as I purchased from you direct.
    I read the 1st three in his series three times each. Have been making do with rereads of Zane grey and Louis L’amour in the evenings this summer.
    We have had plenty of rain, but not too much and everything is beautiful here in the southern mountains of Pa. corn was chest high by 4th of July WOW! It was an early spring! I don’t know how the ground hog got that one right…
    Blessing dear ones Rick

  5. Deborah,

    Not much more to go on Vultures. (By the way, have you provided a review on the books you’ve already read on Amazon? If not, could you take a sec to do it? I’ve been told it helps the marketing and sales. That’s sure help us… Thanks!)

  6. Sandy,

    If I could, I’d sure ship you a bunch of rain! I know others are experiencing drought this year and wish somehow this rainy season we’re having would even out for everyone who lacks rain.

  7. I plan on planting blackberry bushes in my retirement garden, but wonder what variety you have that are growing and producing berries. I have been having trouble finding one for central Minnesota. Thank you.

  8. Could use a tiny bit of that rain down here in Nixa, MO. Our wild blackberries did well this year….blueberries, not so much. And so it goes. Blessings.