"That's odd," I thought.
My hubby went out to see what happened...assuming that they had broken down on the road.
When we went to the end of the driveway, this is what we saw...
He had driven off into the slough!
Thankfully, neither he nor his daughter were hurt and the guys were able to pull it out with a tractor.
Here we go....
Through the water...
Back on dry ground!
The combine from the dark lagoon!!!!!
Never a dull moment at our house!
Believe it or not, the neighbors cleaned off the combine, greased her up, and combined with her later that day, lol. No rest for the wicked during harvest season!
On the home front, my daughter Sophia was bitten by a cat later that evening. I thought she might have to have rabies shots, but we found the cat, so no shots for my little Sophie, thank goodness...just antibiotics for the infection.
Hoping to post some quilt pictures tomorrow!
Hope you had a quilty day.
My good friend Dawn asked me why they didn't just pull the combine backwards out of the slough.
Let me show you, lol.
There's water on BOTH sides of the road at this spot! They did try and pull back, but it was necessarily at an angle, so they could tell right away that wouldn't work and they decided to pull the combine forward through the water.