The visibility was greatly compromised this morning.
The snow had melted all night long and it was raining off and on.
Talk about "draining the swamp."
The dog's feet were very muddy and needed to be toweled off when we got back to the house.
Around 10 I drove to Brockport and the closer I got, the foggier!
Gary was almost finished by the time I arrived at Agape.
When I got back to the farm, the rain was much stronger and I put the girls in the barn for the afternoon. Their blankets were very wet.
The back pasture looks like a disaster area.
I spent part of the afternoon reading and
at 5 Susan and I drove into Rochester for an event being held for Louise.
The place was packed and we all enjoyed a spaghetti dinner prepared by Miss Betty.
Due to the situation in Washington, Louise was not able to attend. This
was the third time the event was rescheduled.
Jaime (and Chris) said a few words and we listened to a message from her.
An excellent event.
The drive home was treacherous, but we were back here by 7:30.