Glad you got it baled and loaded out. Nice of you to do the neighbors, too!
Got more involved at 2:30 (the instant I made my last post). The neighbor's square baler they had about 5 miles away....they broke a tie fork. Just one broke, which is unusual. Usually both get broken. He sheared a flywheel bolt and didn't remember to reset the forks. Anyways, I went & rolled it for them. 40 something rolls. Got home late for milking, but Josh had started my night's milking for me, so only a half hour later getting milking done. AC on my tractor pretty much quit well before I got done, but stayed decently hot instead of insanely hot. The hay was down in a hollow, then shot up some steep hills. I'm used to steep hills, so no problem. Anyway, it's done! All their equipment is junk, and these are the neighbors from h#!! of the past, but since the old man died, they've been decent neighbors. Still though, I can't always do things like this, as my plate is overfull as it is. Hope they can keep their junk running better. My head is pounding from stress & heat, but unwinding in the house with AC & GTT!