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Most people only know what farms are like by what they see on television or as they watch from the highway passing by to visit a grandparent I know farm life first-hand by that irritating dust on the back of my neck and barley beards in my hair I know it by that crunch on my feet those wheat stubs trying desperately to poke through the soles in my tennis shoes I have been there to climb inside those bins to make an attempt to sweep up every kernel of corn from the cracks and crevasses made in the cement floor that have grown from age and wear I was there when we had to fill the planter hoppers with seed---corn soybeans wheat barley and sunflowers I was there in the poring rain hooking chains from one machine to the next helping as best as I could to try to get that green monster out of the mud that covered half of its tires and pinned it down like one of those famous wrestlers on television I was told that I was even there lying next to dad in a car-seat watching each row of cut grain get eaten by the mouth of the huge machine and finally closing my heavy eyes the steady shake putting me to sleep This is probably the reason I was there years later wanting to ride with dad just for fun sometimes getting to sit on his lap and pulling the dump lever to empty the grain in the hopper we had just filled That gave me such a thrill I remember waiting impatiently on dads armrest until he said the words Not more than a second went by before I had grabbed hold of that yellow lever pulling it skyward and then I would watch the grain magically transfer from machine to machineI think all these memories keep me coming back to my farm each year It is
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