We have finally reached that time of year where the snow only holds for a few hours in the morning and a little thing called real life starts to rear it’s ugly head. That’s right: summer. I hate to say it but it’s on it’s way, and summer means work. And lots of it. We work because without it there would be no money for play in the winter. Whether it’s landscaping, construction, farming, or do I dare even say a desk job, we all must come up with a way to fund our winter time fun.
The tool of destruction this spring: D6 Caterpillar
While there is still plenty of rad skiing to be had in the Eastern Sierra, work started for me on Monday and this video offers a quick insight into a day in my overwhelmingly exciting life as a lima bean farmer (please not that this is only Episode 1: Working the Ground. Stay tuned for another immensely exciting episode, Episode 2: Putting seeds in the Ground to come in the next few weeks)
Conveniently it turns out the GoPro's case is also dust proof
According to the interweb (so this fun fact may have no validity whatsoever): In 2008, California’s 81,500 farms and ranches generated $36.2 billion products revenue. You’re welcome 😉