Last year we were dry, this year April is over the top saturated.
These two shots are for Sharon, who is down in the Carolinas (where the sun might be shining).
The paddock was a muck hole, so I put the hay in one of the pastures.
It's right next to the rhubarb! Yours is going to look like this (Annette).
The forecast called for rain, and I really wanted to mow the lawn before it started. Fortunately the lawn tractor started. It wasn't mowing level...duh! The back tire needed more air. Thank you Gary.
Of course it had to sprinkle while I was finishing up.
In the house by 12:30. The tulips are on their last leg....but still very interesting.
Within two days, I'll bet the petals will fall off.
I was in the house relaxing when it started to pour...so I went out to see how bad it was for the horses. The smarties were in the indoor! So I got them each a flake of hay and went back inside where it was nice and cozy.
Put those sweet ponies in early.
Leftovers for dinner.
Time for a nice hot shower....a fire....and dancing.