A Stroll Down Memory Lane

Hello again fellow investor!

I tend to visit my parents and brother up in Lubbock, TX about four times a year. They live on a farm just south of the city. Normally, I spend my time playing golf, going to the movies, visiting extending family, and sleeping in, of course. But this time, my dad wanted to show me the cotton crops, so we took his Polaris ATV for a spin. Here are some videos and pics from that trip. Enjoy!

Chris, a farm hand for 15+ years, digs up cotton that was destroyed by hail and plants a feed crop.

A “dust devil” whirls away. I’ve been plowed over by a number of these in my lifetime.

My dad stands in front of this year’s cotton crop and discusses last year’s feed crop. It’s “behind the scenes” with a real farmer.

I chop away at a white weed, just like the old days when I spent 10 summers working, make that SLAVING, away on the cotton farm. Believe me, that’ll make a kid really look forward to school.

Enough farming. Time to hit the links! I actually shot a 97 at the Lubbock Country Club, which is better than I normally do. My softball skills apparently don’t carry over into golf AT ALL.

Until next time, happy (and profitable) investing!

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Posted on Jul 29, 2009

Author: Doug Smith

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