I hauled most of my craft items to the Ten Sleep Brewery this morning. I sold a few things…
Then a friend and I decided to blow over the mountain to Buffalo and check out their greenhouse and buy some flowers for the library…
Our idea to eat or shop a bit more in downtown Buffalo was drowned out, plus it was 5 pm and stores were closing. I haven’t seen it rain like that in YEARS.
The radar looked like the worst was yet to come, so we abandoned the town of Buffalo and headed west. We crossed the Big Horns and were met by lightning, rain, hail, snow, wind, more hail, and were behind a snowplow who was cleaning up hail and mud, leaves, and pine needles off the road.
What’s an easy sign to see if it’s been raining hard upcountry? Ten Sleep Creek turns into tomato soup!
While I was happy to see it had rained on this side of the mountain, too, the highway turned dry four miles from home. Vernon confirmed all we had was high winds and no rain. The storms missed us once again. Well, hopefully we’ll catch another storm soon, we need some rain.Find me here!
4 thoughts on “A Little Rain”
Your craft arrangement looks great. Certainly very colourful. Shame about the rain not reaching your ranch..
Sorry no rain for you. Hoping you get some to get your grass growing. We will be haying soon, after an early honey extraction! Weather has been great for the nectar flow. Ran out of supers
What a crazy day for you! Bet that was a scary drive home.
Attractive display of your crafts on the cow hide. Very colorful..,like the
beautiful array of flowers at the nursery. Hope you get just the right amount of rain. Those storm pictures are unreal!