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Z Crew makes it to Garden City, Kan.

Tuesday, July 2

The last few days have been full of driving, cooking, doing dishes and getting lost in the Kansas countryside. In order to keep everything in order, I’m going to give you a quick day-by-day rundown.

On June 28, our visitors, Conrad and Spencer Weaver of the Wheat Harvest Movie, arrived early in the morning to film our trip north. Dad, Conrad and I ran the first trip of equipment to Garden City, Kan. We made it safely, unloaded in the heat, and were eaten alive by flies. They’re terrible! We were immediately greeted by friends and fellow combiners in the area at the farm. We drove back to Shattuck, Okla., and picked up Callie, Mom and Spencer and drove to Canadian, Texas, to eat at the Cattle Exchange for supper.


Callie and Taylor Zeorian

Callie waited for Dad to wire up the muffler by stomping on ant hills.

Callie captured this awesome shot of the combine dumping into the semi.

On June 29, we all woke up bright and early and headed with the rest of the menagerie for Garden City. Right outside of Dodge City, Kan., we blew a tire on the car trailer Mom was pulling behind the Frank. Dad changed the tire and we were back on the road in no time at all. We made it to Garden City early in the afternoon, set up camp, unloaded the Frank and drove into town for lunch. After lunch, Dad and Mom went right to work in the field. That evening, Conrad and Spencer planned to film supper in the field. After the meatballs took two extra hours to cook, I had to turn the pickup around halfway to the field because I thought I forgot to shut off the oven, and the corn spilled all over the back seat of the new pickup. We made it to the field just in time to see the sun go down. Even with a day full of unfortunate events, it was hard to sit in the field and watch a beautiful sunset and feel upset.

On June 30, first things first, Callie and I had to go fishing. We’re staying in the country and there’s a nice fishing pond by the trailer. Callie caught a little catfish and we panicked after we realized we had no idea how to take it off of the hook! After a phone call to Mom, we got it figured out. With Dad, Mom and Conrad in the field, Callie, Spencer and I cleaned the trailer, did dishes and watched movies. While taking lunch out to the field, the muffler on the little, old Dodge Dynasty basically fell out of the bottom of the car. After Dad came to the rescue, the meal made it to the field safely.

Mom’s brother and his family came to visit from Florida! It was great to have more company. Supper was taken out to the field and the families ate, chatted and rode in the combine.

On July 1, Conrad and Spencer left early in the morning. Callie and I drove the Dynasty to the Muffler Stop in Garden City so we didn’t have to endure the embarrassment of driving the little, white car around without a muffler. David Merz, who fixed the car and owns the Muffler Stop, is a follower of the All Aboard Tour and even had a High Plains Journal sitting on his counter. Callie and I were both impressed. We took lunch out to the field and spent our last couple of hours with our uncle, aunt and cousins. After all of our company left, Callie and I ran to Garden City for some shopping, settled on taking hot ham and cheese to the field for supper and rode in the combine for a few turns.

Taylor and Callie Zeorian can be reached at zeorian@allaboardharvest.com.

Date: 7/15/2013



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