That’s all we’ve had this week, tomorrow’s supposed to be rainy with flood watches in effect. That meant more mowing for me, and finishing up the majority of my gardening.
I’m still holding off on transplanting my tomatoes… it froze here just two nights ago, and with the big storm headed our way… well, patience is a virtue.
Vernon as well tried to finish his farming. He’s planting oats in a field below my house, but had a devil of a time since it was slightly muddy. I had the same problem in my garden. It would have been nice to let it dry out one more day, but the choice was plant today, or plant in three or four days. Monday and Tuesday are predicted to be very wet… let’s just hope it kick starts the seeds in the ground.
At least we’re not like the midwest… so many farmers can’t get their crops in the ground AT ALL because they’re so wet or still flooded.
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