Poured out another inch from overnight rain. We are now at 8 inches on the ground since Monday night. The sun has popped out a couple of times this morning. A chance of thunderstorms this afternoon and gusty winds and a high in the mid 70s. With over 2 months of rain this week more trees will no doubt fall. We have had a lot of soil erosion in newly planted fields, and drowning and rot damage will follow. This water has most likely ended our strawberry season.
Fog and mist, high in mid 70s. Thunderstorms began yesterday about dark, and rain followed all night. 1.3" in the gauge. All mud has been revived from 2 days of drying. We remain in a state of lockdown in more ways than one. 36 hours ago prediction were for a dry week. Now we are looking at a week of several more inches of rain.
Lots have happened since I was here as a regular member , but I thought I would stop by and say howdy. was looking at some of my old posts and it don't seem that long ago but time marches on, anyone remember the tractor shows in Ky?
Walking outside early this morning and spotting a couple of 70 plus year old Farmalls under a shed made me wonder how long our old tractors and equipment would be productive if parts and people would be around to keep them going and use them. As I age and slow a bit they still serve a purpose...
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