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The Rain Cometh, and the rain stayeth!
How Deep is My Mud?
Just a small Beech tree, 60 footer! But it could have been worse, to the left is our house!!!!!!!!!
Looks like you had some rain and wind combined. We have a lot of mud right now too. Not going to change anytime soon, so I'll keep my muck boots handy.
Me too!! Its just that its only February and I`m getting the winter blues again!
Uggghhh, what a nightmare! I hope your rain lets up soon. And it must just hurt when they waste their expensive hay in the mud... :(
Fortunately, the hay goes in a new style Hayrick. Keeps it off the ground. But yes, its an issue.
Oou, so sorry for the true loss of a tree. Yes, rain have started here too...but at least it warns up for that! As you say, out could be far worse...and for some in my country, it still is.Love the hay hammocks. I prefer that, over mud soaked, and waisted.
Mud, mud, glorious mud.
Oh my, that does look muddy, yuck. I wonder why the Beech toppled over.
Yep, the gales got the Beech, along with a few roofs!
Sorry you are contending with rain, rain, and more rain. It does get depressing. First time on your blog-- glad I found you! I'm good friends with Tammy of Horsetrailriders.com, and have my own blog which you've come visiting to!
Hi shoofly! Thanks for dropping by, welcome to the blog!!
February was just beyond a joke wasn't it? Looking at your photos was just like looking at our field. The down point being when a muckboot got sucked off and I had to crawl to the haylage and "solid ground" - while 'terrified' horses scattered in every direction... I laughed but it was a very close run thing to hysterical tears!!
Why dont you have a look at the "Mudlark". Its a story on the blog!