Cool Tunes At The Ranch Pen

image via somewhere on the internet

One of the good things about living in the sticks is the rural radio stations. Our local station keeps us up to date on farm news, senior citizens’ lunch menus, and the obituaries. As an added bonus, the morning news’ host features a spot called “Local Talent” which is exactly what it sounds like. Sometimes the kindergarten class sings. We hear teenage bands, church groups, and bad karaoke. Now and then, we hear cowboy poetry (we have some really good local poets). One of the local crop duster pilots sings occasionally (he’s good, too). But, last week we heard something I’d never heard before. Even though the talent wasn’t local, it grabbed every farmer in the county with its cool factor, made us remember our dads’ and granddads’ tractors, and made us smile, too. So, until next time, God bless all y’all and I hope you’ll enjoy this video from Sweden (I think) of an old tractor that never missed a beat on Sweet Georgia Brown.

[youtube.com/watch?v=a1ThSi1wbqU]

6 thoughts on “Cool Tunes At The Ranch Pen

    • That little tractor made a pretty good drummer. Western Oklahoma is so sparsely populated we have to fill up the news hour with something! Sometimes local talent hurts my ears, but we actually have quite a lot of singing talent that comes from rural Oklahoma. Thanks for the visit, Drema πŸ˜€

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