Grass and Lights
Terry Warren and Bill Bertrand would appreciate it if you would click CTAF (122.9 MHz) five times to turn on runway lights when you are coming in for a landing and you see them cutting grass. They do have hand held receivers but the tractor noise is as loud as voice information on the handheld. They always continue to look for aircraft, but sometimes it is possible to miss the traffic. When they see the runway lights come on, then they will know that a plane is landing.
Our Precision Approach Path Indicator (PAPI) lights for runway 22 are not intended to be used for a precise landing approach.  MDOT approved their use as a safety device to help aircraft miss tall trees on the approach to runway 22 in poor visibility conditions.Consequently all you have to remember is:
            ALL RED, YOU'RE DEAD