“Something is always breaking, clogging, backfiring or just plain not working on a farm. That’s why a dirt farmer always carries a toolbox in his pickup, a sense of humor in his heart, and the knowledge that life is too short to take seriously.”
JoJo Jensen’s grandpa was a dirt farmer in Nebraska in the 1930s. He farmed without machinery or irrigation. The farm weakened during the Depression, but Grandpa Jensen’s legacy is rich. He instilled in his family a way of looking at life and making it better by just tweaking the small parts.