Don't give up the ship, Hay Maker. We would miss you.
Wish you were up here Making Hay. Quite a bit of ours blew away yesterday, with the sixty mile per hour winds. The countryside looks raped and ravished. There is sand and tumbleweeds everywhere. It should be good arrowhead hunting, but that is the only advantage of the situation that I can see, and with calving on we sure don't have time to go look.
Speaking of arrowheads, I recently renewed a lease on a section of South Dakota school land. In the contract, it was stipulated that if any arrowheads were found, they would be left laying on the ground, and the school land people notified. When the guy got through reading his spiel, I questioned him as to if that ever happened--that they were notified of such an occurance. He sheepishly admitted that this had never happened, and probably never would. Common sense among the bureaucrats in this country has flown out the window and plumb blew away. :roll: