Down on the farm|
prettypammie got a bunch of pictures of me working this big Great Plains "No-Till Drill" or "Seeder." The problems with this thing begin with realizing that you have to unhook the loader so that you can hook up the hydraulic lines. Thankfully J was there to take care of that part. Of course, we realized after the fact that we could have left the loader attached and just unhooked the bucket lines. Oops. Anyway, I'll include a couple above the fold, and then more tractory goodness is below the cut:
|Troubleshooting the seeder [It was troublesome].|
|The seeder is jammed|
|Unjamming the seeder|
|Re-attaching the seed hose|
Waving for the camera
Current Mood: exhausted
Tags: farm, horses, pictures
Old McThomas had a farm...
Wow, FARM people. From this city boy's point of view, it looks like fun (though I imagine the novelty would wear off after a day or three).
For some weird reason this entry has completely and utterly borked my flist. I don't know why, but after moving about 6 or 7 entries on and off of a filter, moving your entry off fixed the problem.
I have no idea why, other than something about those photos outside the cut!
or rather, it is now...
Wow, tractor! Did you ever think you would be Farmer Pete?
My friends page is also borked by this post. I suspect it is because the cut tag is in the middle of a table. Tags at the end of the table are "missing" and other table tags in my LJ style are interacting badly.
yeah, I closed the table before the cut and re-opened it after, so it maintains proper HTML in either view..
Yay, thank you for fixing it!
|Date:||May 23rd, 2007 01:19 am (UTC)|| |
I think this is a bug in the cut algorithm...it should close any nested tags that are closed within/below the cut region...
I see your point, but it's the sort of thing that I expect the developers would say is working as designed. &:)
|Date:||May 23rd, 2007 07:46 pm (UTC)|| |
yes...as opposed to "working as it should."
I opened a support ticket. :)