Handed off the 'ol Kodak to one of our ace truck drivers, " Hollywood"
Jay Wilson and told him to make me look good. Here we had the 8010
set up going around one patch, while I took the 1670 on an " out &
back" run on a big south slope. Part of this slope exceeds the leveling
capacity of the 8010. Here the 1670 has left the truck landing at the
top of the ridge and is heading down the slope on it's run.
One of my favorite places on the ranch.....killer view of the mountain
and the wheat is really nice down in here. On a couple of passes
on this run.....it's steep enough to "turn the light on" ( the level
limit warning light) .....thats 48% in the 1670.
Thanks for more interesting shots, 98j.
I'm sittine here at work dreaming about out cutting wheat with that 8010. Ah well, sitting looking out of my office at big Boeing jets here at the airline is better than nothing!
Wonder how that 8010 would look with the new Honeybee 45' flex draper head crawling around a steep hillside mowing a heavy crop of wheat. I'd like to see that.