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Not green


Remember how green the pastures around Oberon were on our recent trip.  Just a week later and a hour or two further up the road the landscape is so different.  It's not a drought.  We are in wheat country and the crop turns from green to golden at harvest time.   It's an exciting time to be our here.  I will show you more of the harvest later in the series.

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  1. You know you're in the plains when you see country like this.

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  2. That is so pretty. It shows the wealth of the land.

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  3. Yes, to the uniformed (like me) looks can be deceptive, I guess.

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