Saturday, May 30, 2015

EYE ON THE SKY

Rain chances starting this afternoon into tomorrow...


Not what we need, especially that "5-7 inches" possibility at the end of the warning.  Off to the farm to check on the things, feed the bees and see what's happening in general.  The farm is also a few miles from a river that is cresting today, so we'll check that out. 

More later today!

15 comments:

  1. I got up this morning, and the sun was shining. I sat down with my laptop and suddenly heard the sound of running water. I thought my house had a leak, but no--I looked out the window to see rain pouring down. Franklin was out so I dashed to the backdoor to let him in. He was in the garage, staying dry. He ran straight into the house. I'm sorry you're waterlogged. It's a drought, or it's a flood. Don't you wish you could send some water to California?

    Love,
    Janie

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    1. That''s the way it is here, it will look nice, clear up and you go "yay, the sun is coming out" and then 30 mins later it's pouring rain. Go figure. Yes, I wish I could send to California, rains like this would totally fill up everything there. You (and Franklin) stay dry!!

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  2. I hope all is well,

    its like war we seem to be fighting with the weather!!! W e can't ever win!

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    1. It's weird huh. There is no winning. :-(

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  3. Stay safe! I may not comment often, but I'd miss peeking in here every day to see what's up in your world.

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    1. Oh, don't worry about commenting, we love comments whenever and however. We're just happy people come back to visit, ha. Thank you!

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  4. Yesterday we (area where I live) received 3 inches and this morning early received another 2 in.and looks like we may get more before days end.
    Anyone who may be interested; take a look at the gallons of rainfall received so far during the month of May here in Texas.
    http://mashable.com/2015/05/30/35-trillion-gallons-texas-floods/

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    1. I'm going to put that in the post that goes up today. Thanks for that. Isn't it just wild weather? But maybe there is sun in our near future, forecast looks promising!!

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  5. Stay safe. I hope the farm (and particularly the bees) are ok. Better than ok.

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    1. Bees and farm are good. Bees are happy, farm is wet but ok too. And clear skies are coming!

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  6. I hope you, and the farm, come through this safely.

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  7. I hope all is well at the Farm, especially the bees and your house. Y'all stay safe with this next round of rain. Watch out for all the displaced critters. We had an alligator in the parking lot of a local bank a few days ago.

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    1. Hope you are drier down that way. Yes, there have been gators in 'non gator' areas here. It's wild.

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  8. 1st Man,

    You should be starting to dry out in the next day or so. Remain safe!!!
    Watch out for moving belts, boots, and handbags (gators and snakes).

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