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My neighbor Jim found another neighbor who could fix the electrical issue with the hay elevator then he came over and together they got it set up! I love my neighbors.


Next, getting all that hay off that trailer!

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on September 26, 2013  

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  1. 9-26
    9:16
    am

    You have good neighbors and that is a blessing!

    Now you need to scare up all those boys again.

  2. 9-26
    10:46
    am

    Good neighbors are one of life’s greatest blessings. And that hay elevator’s pretty darned nice, too! Wish I could find one around here!

  3. 9-26
    2:44
    pm

    Whoa, that’s a lot of hay! Looks like a big job. It’s a very good thing to have nice neighbors and the hay elevator. :yes:

  4. 9-26
    6:04
    pm

    Aren’t country neighbors the best? Especially West Virginia country neighbors. Thank goodness you didn’t have to off load all that hay by hand!

    While I’m here, just wanted to say that I LOVE your video for your book. Very well done. Now knowing the sound of your voice, it will be more fun reading your book.

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