|On the ends of the rows and oxen can not always loosen the soil.|
So you have to dig the garlic by hand.
|After all the garlic is bundled, everyone throws 4 or 5 over your|
shoulder and takes them to a wagon and tractor.
|I even helped carry them out of the field to the wagon. I'll admit|
I probably did not carry as many bundles as most of the
woman there. They are strong and hard workers and
most much younger than me.
|This is the tractor and wagon they were hauling garlic with.|
|Mothers bring their children to the field while they|
work. The older children watch the younger ones.
|Another day we stopped by some members home and they|
were unloading the garlic. So Elder Avila and Bradshaw
helped out. They put the bundles on their backs again to
|Elder Avila and Bradshaw carried them in front so their white|
shirts would not get too dirty.
|Another view of the way they dry the garlic.|
|This is Fedrico and Igenia's grandson. He was visiting and|
helping on Grandpa's farm.