News flash on the 5pm news. A tornado watch until 10pm and a flood watch through tomorrow morning. I actually broke out in a sweat today working outside in temperatures between 75 and 80 degrees. Why is this weather so extreme? I have asked that question a million times!
When I went out to the barn it was already 60 degrees.
A first for this season.
Lots of sun and wind. Maybe the pond in the pasture will start to disappear (until tonight, when we have heavy rain, hail and who knows what). Great (5:47pm). The weatherman just said we are going to have a wind advisory tomorrow with temperatures dropping.
The horses have been kept out of this pasture until things get back to normal. The grass is as green as can be.
Once again I put the hay in the back pasture.
The ponies have not felt this kind of heat since last year!
Gary was all set to start his deck in front of the tool/potting shed.
After chores I took a shower and headed down to chorus.
It was so hot there, Maryellen (director) took off her shoes and rolled up her pants! Our rehearsal was outstanding.
The building we rehearse in is right next to the Canal. It was filled up for the season a couple of days ago...so full of water from all the rain, they won't be able to open it on May 1st.
So peaceful looking.
Above, is the deck outside the room we practice in. This Senior Center is a beautiful facility.
Home. Lunch. Outside. We have a brush pick up in a few days, so we are trying to get everything out by the road. We have a serious load.
My piano playing cat kept me company while I cleared out a messy stand of bamboo.
Gary made great progress on his deck (between meetings).
The wind dried his clothes in under an hour.
It's almost 6pm. In a few minutes we are supposed to get hit with some heavy rain plus.
I'll finish this later.