|Old Fashioned Roses on a rare sunny day before the rain got 'em.|
We've had a wet spring and Tropical Bill just brought in a whole slew of raindrops on top of the excessive amount we had just before Bill got here.
It's just wet..and muddy. One area about six miles from us got 10.65 inches of rain over one night. Thankfully we didn't get that much. But we've got to be pushing close to that in totals of the last week or so. It's suppose to move out over the weekend and then some sunshine..and hot humid weather is in store.
|Gracie is happy with the awesome Mulberry season we've had! The sheep love love love the juicy berries and appreciate the rain knocking them off the trees in buckets. Lipstick shade Mulberry Red...|
Earlier this Spring we had a fly apocalypse. It's been a long time since I've seen that many flies. With this second round of excessive rain/muddy/nasty stuff the flies are again on the rebound--bless their hearts. I spray the barn once a day even though I tend to stay away from pesticides. There is just no way I can come up with to make the barn at least tolerable for when the sheep have to be in there.
|One of two cherry pies made from cherries from my two trees...before the rain/damp/mildew/something got all the rest of the cherries|
|Spring pond.. usually dry by now. Now it's a small lake. Ashley and Carly face off with neighbor cows.|
|After another outburst...or is that cloudburst...last night.|
|These boots have been put to hard use this Spring.|