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I have had enough of this March! First two pics are from last week, If you can't get to work you build a snowman right?
Third pic is today, this is what you get when all that snow melts and then it rains and rains. That's my neighbor's house, they got evacuated. I'm turning into an old pro at moving stuff to higher ground because this already happened in January!
Last photo is a pileated woodpecker that is trying very hard to topple the snag tree in my yard. I never saw him here before, maybe the flood water attracted him...
Hope all the rest of you in the area are doing ok!
This winter has been far too dry, followed by a very dry spring here. The grass for the ponies just isn't growing, we had to feed more than ever before and the cost of hay went up and will rise again. The ground is quite literally parched. Send me some of your rain!
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