On July 4, SA and JJ spent some time with some dear ladies from our church. There they had the great pleasure of watching haybales being made. Ever since then, any time we see haybales, or any time they are reminded of the occasion, they launch into detailed narrations of how it was done.
Here is what SA told me about it today (2 1/2 months later):
"A tractor makes a haybale, and another tractor puts the haybale on the wagon. Then they pull the wagon to wrap them, and they wrap them in white so they cannot get wet."