Awesome my friend!!!!!!! So happy for yaYes, it's awesome so far!! Rain gauge had a 1/2" this morning but I hadn't emptied it from the rain on friday. Still I'm sure well over .25" this morning as it's running through the corral, and it's coming down nice and steady. Thank you Lord!
Holy cow!! We had 1 3/4 which we thought was amazing.The rain gauge out in the wife's garden has 3.5 inches. She says that she dumped it after the last rain. I don't know if that is correct but that is how much water there is in it. I know that everything is saturated. Not going to have to irrigate for a while.
You are further toward the edge if it. I am closer to the center. I know that I looked at the weather radar a couple of times and everything here came up yellow on the radar. I am wondering what the river is going to look like this morning.Holy cow!! We had 1 3/4 which we thought was amazing.
No pump priming here. When it was done, it was done. Nice day today and the grass was dry because of the west wind that blows here. It did cool down the temp and made for a pleasant rural no dust walk this morning and then for a comfortable 2 hour lawn mowing.Hopefully it primed the pump. We got another .20" this afternoon
What’s the name of the plant where you kill them out there?We sorted and worked the calves. Hauled 117 calves to my corral. Sorted the cows by owner and shipped 119 cows off to the plant. Started a little before 7:00 and I got done at 2:45. At one point B said it is too hot for an old fat man. I agreed. And I am 18 years older and fat too. It is 103 today. To hot to be working and weaning calves.