Before we can finish discing the field, the mesquite must be removed. Now for all you folks like me who don’t know why, this is why:
The thorns. They can take out a tire at twenty paces. Trailer tire, disc tire, truck tire, pivot tire, tractor tire–it matters not. The thorns are gonna win.
So I spent my day driving (very carefully) through the field picking up mesquite. In 95 degree weather. With snake chaps on and .45 holstered.
I was then rewarded with getting to unload the trailer full of mesquite into a big pile. In 95 degree weather. With snake chaps on and .45 holstered.
What can I say. I lead a very exciting life. And I no longer have to go to the gym after work.