They’re carrying bundles of hay to the beach. They’re gathering straw and taking it back to the barn. They’re workers. It could be any country, any state, anywhere. They do have family that is alive.
It looks like an ocean in the background. They are going to gather piles of hay or straw to use and then take them to a building to store and put it in a safe place out of the wind and moisture. There’s a way of piling straw and hay to keep it dry. They’ll pile up the hay.
I hear moos of cattle. I hear a combine or a tractor. I hear field equipment. I hear chanting while they work.
Created by female and male storytellers at Seaport Landing Community. 30 June, 2016.