a tired farmer

Sometimes a farmer just needs a burger and fries to end a long day in the fields.  I don’t think that’s too much to ask.  Taylor and I both spent the whole afternoon harvesting carrots in the rain.  I love harvesting carrots, but it is quite the workout.  Lifting heavy crates of carrots all day is a bit tiring.  And about 2 hours into our afternoon is when Taylor and I began fantasizing about burgers.  Burgers with cheese, burgers with bacon, and how about a burger with bbq sauce!  I am telling you, harvesting carrots in the rain brings out the “real” you.  And we are burger people!

While Taylor worked his magic at the grill I roasted up some potatoes.

This was the perfect meal for two tired farmers.  And now we are off to bed.  It’s hard getting on track with this whole daylight savings.  We left the farm practically in the dark today.  Not cool!

 

 

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3 Responses to a tired farmer

  1. liz says:

    Well you did it. Last night when i got home from school (7:00pm) your dad was busy making mac and cheese with roasted broccoli. We really enjoyed our mid week feast. i have a feeling that the mac and cheese have gone straight to my hips.
    Thanks for sharing your fine dining experiences with everyone.
    tl

  2. Merry says:

    I thought Day Light Savings was made to be advantageous to farmers. We do get dark in Tucson as well, but for us it’s a relief after the long hot summer sun.

    • drealieberg says:

      Day light savings is a good thing for farmers. Only if you don’t work a long afternoon and end it in the dark! But we are very happy to have that extra time in the morning!

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