Relief…

Sunday evening while putting the sheep behind their netting for the night, the sky let loose causing Sawyer and I to  get drenched!  As I awoke through out the night I could still hear the pitter-patter on the roof and smiled to myself.  We have not had a lot of *hot* days during the past two months, just not not much in the form of precipitation.  Dry land hay is about burnt out for the year here  and we’re not even to July yet! 

In the morning everything was so green and beautiful!  We even had puddles in the driveway…

Puddles in the road...
Puddles in the road…
Some pictures from around the place…
Peony buds with rain droplets...

Peony buds with rain droplets...

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Rain water collected in a cabbage leaf...

Rain water collected in a cabbage leaf...

Our high for Monday was 58 degrees.
Sinking in mud...

Sinking in mud...

I spent a good portion of the day weeding in the garden with a sweat shirt and stocking cap!
Our scarecrow dancing amongst the strawberries...

Our scarecrow dancing amongst the strawberries...

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Nearly 7/10ths!

Nearly 7/10ths!

This will definitely help to rejuvenate our pasture.