Well we are mostly running sprayers right now so hopefully they can get between the wheels.
One of the best parts about cycling is getting to tour the countryside.
One part of SC near my house doesn’t have soil or clay, it’s sand. Even the backroads are sand.
I’m new here, so when I saw a tractor, I laughed and thought it was a joke.
Yeah our ground out by the river is pretty sandy. Not that bad though.
Also, Christmas tree farms.
@Der Seeteufel - SD is there a farming channel? I love the pics you share and would like to browse more.
A farming channel probably would fit into the practical skills server.
@ThisIsChris I’m inclined to agree ☝🏻 We have enough farmers now
you rock bruh
Also onions grown in sand, which as a substrate allows plants to more easily expand, can result in very large onions
I planted 10k onions give or take a few all by hand with my father this year.
Used an Amish plough
It was a great workout actually
A Homo sapien of the google variety stole my trek bike
Yes, they used vibranium bolt cutters to cut my padlock
I think I know who did it, I was working at a gym at the time and one morning we opened late and a yoked up “google” was angry about it. Instead of being rational and understanding he attempted to take the keys from a manager, (a cute redhead fitness instructor) I stood in his way during his attempts to assault her and held him back, he was escorted to jail by the police. I think he came back for revenge or something.
What model of Trek?
Trek is the only major bike brand 100% owned by Americans, HQ in rural Wisconsin. Specialized is 51% American owned, 49% by Taiwanese “Merida”, HQ in California. Cannondale was 100% purchased by Canadian “Dorel”, HQ in Connecticut.
Where was that picture taken btw
It was a 200 dollar bike I bought from Walmart lol
Pic is from Roan Mountain in North Carolina.
Belizian cycle. Very good to have on a Caye.
Similar to an island. I was on thatch caye for my honeymoon recently.
Rode that hog around the caye.