Cliff usually puts up the grass hay in big round bales. Today, though, he figured he'd do small square bales, just in case hay's in demand next winter. Our big round baler doesn't make bales worthy of selling, although they're fine for our purposes.
The old 14-T square baler is totally used up, but Cliff can usually baby it along and get it to work after a couple of false starts.
Cliff baled (when the baler would work), I drove Arick's truck pulling the wagon, and grandson Arick put the hay on the wagon. We made quite a trio, if only things had been working.
I did take pictures as I drove, since it's a landmark event that doesn't often happen. Only when it's a necessity, in fact. I'll post them another time. Right now I'd better see if I'm needed in the hay-field.
More of today's haying pictures HERE.