It was a race against the storms...this whole line was moving toward the farm and of course, ultimately, all the way into town (the red pin is downtown).
I unloaded the plants (post on that tomorrow).
First thing to check, the bees...
They were still coming in and out. Not as much activity as I've seen before, but I did remove the top super and there were lots of bees. Hopefully it was just the early morning, the weather, and the fact that they are still working to repair the damage from the tip-over last week.
Fingers still crossed! So far so good!
I also wanted to check the raised beds, make sure I didn't have a greenhouse of weeds going on under there...
They were clear, the soil still looked good, so we can say so far so good. The good thing is, if there are weeds that pop up, with us checking on them once a week, it'll be easy to pop them out before they get out of control.
Everything OK inside the house, no snakes or mice but, sadly, no one came in and cleaned up the
hoarding stuff we have taken out there...but we'll work on that this Winter on some cold and dreary weekend.
Speaking of dreary, the clouds started moving in and it was sprinkling...by the time we were on the road, it opened up and started pouring.
It came and went the whole trip back and now it's pouring rain here in town. Supposed to rain all night long and into tomorrow, then turn cold. There was even a tornado North of town, quite a bit of damage, thankfully no injuries.
We hope you are having a good weekend doing what makes you happy!