Our son Karl has been home from college for a couple weeks. He was waiting until the first of June and his apartment to open up. Then he’ll be back in Cedar Falls and moved out. He offered to mow the lawn one more time before he left. With the weather being so rainy we decided the best opportunity to get it mowed would be this afternoon.
He ended up having to leave this big patch not mowed.
He almost got stuck. Stuck in the lawn??? Really.
If this is my lawn. Imagine the farm fields. It getting really bad in our area. The guys here have about half a crop in. We are quickly approaching the time frame when corn needs to be in the ground and planted or it won’t make a crop. Luckily beans can be planted later but still, it’s getting VERY frustrating for farmers especially when the radar looks just like this as I am writing this blog post…..
I live at the point of the arrow. The whole line of storms is coming my way in a line that appears like it is going to stay right on top of us for a long time. We are expecting rain through Saturday with a break Sunday and Monday…then rain again for a few days. The weather service says to expect torrential rain.
This is really taking a toll on my poor husband. He’s a worrier. All the farmers in our area just look sad when I see them.