Farmers don’t haul tractor attachments back and forth to the fields when working. Spaced about the farm acres are sheds to hold the equipment and some place to put the tractor. Fuel costs too much to be running that big machine without having it do work.
These field roads in Spring are rutted and muddy, difficult to navigate. As small farms disappear, fewer of these scenes will be part of rural America.Pen and ink on paper Studio, South Carolina 12/19/2015
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