Written By: Gary Wonning
During the spring planting, if the rains delayed us, we would work in shifts,.
At first, we only had one tractor, so dad would start working the fields at sunup and I would do the milking, then when I was finished, I would bring a five gallon can of gas and take over while he did other chores.
We would take turns eating lunch, each bringing more gas so the tractor would run constantly until after dark, we only stopped to sleep, then do the same thing the next day until the crops were planted.
Soon we added headlights to the tractor so we could see to work after the sun went down.
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