Tuesday


5 comments:

CJ said...

Farming can provide brutal work under equal conditions. But, it can provide the exact opposite as well. At least his outlook was good. Probably didn't miss a beat either and got back to work as soon as possible.

Noot said...

I know like a dozen friends who don't have their "real dad" 'cause he died in a accident related to a grain bin, auger, barn loft, combine, etc. Dangerous work that gets routine.

Lilli said...

I rode dirt bikes with a guy that got both arms mutilated while clearing land when he was 13. He drove the tractor a few miles with broken and bloody arms to get help. He lucked out and they were able to save both arms.

GoneWithTheSunset said...

In college one of my professors was missing a couple fingers because he got tangled up in a PTO shaft of a baler. He said he knows for sure he went between the PTO shaft and the drawbar 3 times before he blacked out. Crazy.

Davidabl said...

the expression"Farm Safety" sounds a lot like "motorcycle safety" don't it though..