The mornings have been dawning with cooler temperatures, which means it takes longer for the fields to dry out and be ready for the combines.
We spend our time servicing the machines and moving things around.
We hope to finish combining canola and were anxious to get started.
Farmer Fred moved the truck to the edge of the field. The canola seed is so light that we must take the wind direction and velocity into account each day so that the canola doesn't blow away while being unloaded.
As the day progressed we moved to the last field and had the end in sight.
No showers and mild temperatures prevailed. We finished.
Darkness had closed in as the final truckload of canola pulled off the field.
Shine on harvest moon up in the sky.