I’m still here

Sorry that I have not posted anything for a while. The first few weeks of school have been very busy (although I do not believe it is going to slow down any time soon). If you want to view my school schedule, just click the school link at the top of the page. I also plan on updating it and posting some of my accomplishments (or failures) from the semester. This Saturday is the snowmobile grass drags in my home town of Freedom, so that should be fun…

Fall Harvest (Combining)

Combine, side view

Combine, internal view

Well, it has begun again. The fall grain season. Every year at this time we spend countless hours combining (with two John Deere 6602 combines) and working on the machines so we can get the grain in. I will be coming up on weekends while at school to help finish. I do not have classes on Fridays just for that purpose.

Here are two pictures I took tonight while working. They are not the greatest photos in the world since they were shot with my cell phone, but they work…

Another thing of note, the temperature has started to change (the days feel nice and cool now) and the leaves are starting to change color. In a few weeks I will be able to once again start taking beautiful fall pictures of this beautiful area. Hopefully I will be able to take some time off of school so I will be able to enjoy it.


School starts on September 12th, so I will be leaving to Rexburg on the 10th. I have had a great summer, accomplished a lot, and had a lot of fun. Not sure how excited I am to be going back to school again, but hopefully it will be a good semester.

Updated Page

Hey everybody!  Just thought I’d invite you to check out my new “Why I Ride” page.  Go to it for a cool little video of what I am going to be doing a few months from now.  🙂

Caribou Mountain Ride

Yesterday I went on a ride with my riding group (Uncle, two cousins, and a friend) up to the top of Caribou Mountain. Caribou has always fascinated me not only for its beauty but also for its historical significance. At one point in the late 1800’s it was one of if not the largest city in Idaho, with several million dollars worth of gold mined.

Caribou Mountain