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Brad Nelson

In Tales of a Hay Hauler, Brad Nelson shares his unique perspective of the forage industry through his hay-hauling experiences, skillfully woven through storytelling and humor.

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It was hot. It was dusty. I was all sweaty, which made the grain dust stick to me all over. It was the most miserable day I could remember. It was sometime in the early 1950s and I was about 9 years old.

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I finally gave up and shelled out hard cash for a GPS. It’s wonderful, considering that it’s not very smart. I’m wondering if I should have sprung for more than the entry-level model.

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My nine-year-old grandson was just in here telling me all about the red Camaro he saw in the church parking lot today. He claimed that I needed to get one.

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Dan and I got out of his truck at Colfax, Washington, testing the pavement, lest we fall. It was the first time I rode with Dan since he got his first truck, now five trucks ago at last count.

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Interesting how, over the years, times and circumstances change, sometimes carefully orchestrated and sometimes with a little surprise factor thrown in.

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What an idiot!” was what I thought. Probably out loud. 1997 was the last year Ford made the Thunderbird, until the retro showed up, I think in about 2002.

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