Sioux Falls Radio Fans Look Back at Their First Summer Job
We asked our Sioux Falls radio fans, "What was your first summer job?" It's no surprise that many of us mowed or walked beans for very little money. I suppose we thought it enough back in the day, though. Here are some great answers:
Heather Elizabeth Mueller - walking beans & bean buggy
Dusty Seachris - Cuttin steel and mowing grass for $3/hr
Todd Crites - Loading clay pigeons out at Gary’s gun club in crooks
Cindy - Bakery chef. I had nice buns!
Paul Keegan - Walking beans and baling hay
Kathy Buchholz - Stacking hay in 100+ degree heat on the farm. Fun times!!!!
Keri - Sitting in a lawn chair selling sweet corn out of a pickup!
Heather - Cleaning rest areas along I-90. Gak!
William Meeks - Cleaning up the local Drive-In on the weekends.
Ron Jacobsen - Grew up on a farm, worked 12 months of the year from about the age of 6 or 7.
Susan Walsh - Dairy Queen
Ann Kaffka - Picking field stones behind a single hitch stone drag at age ten. Got paid in milk for the family and learned how to hitch and unhitch a very large horse.
Grant Weberg - Mowing a neighbor's yard for $5
Danny V. - Walking beans. Very hot with a ton of bug bites.
Tammy Nugent - Detasseling corn
Heidi - Got to help with the catering on the 'Dances With Wolves' movie set :)
Matt - bailing hay and revving dad's tractor.
Mike Brenneman - Cutting weeds at the Pipestone National Monument
Josh Kaiser - Chalking baseball fields!