Monday, October 12, 2009

Pitter Patter

This is the sound we heard coming from our roof of the MH all night last night. This is what's remaining of what  came through about 6pm Sunday night.
2xradarc3_anim We have been in and out of this area for ten years now and never seen so much rain over a period of about four to five weeks. Even the locals here believe this might be a record rain fall for this time of the year. The ground has never had a chance to  dry out, so Sandy’s job may be in jeopardy as the state just might call off the mowing of right-a-ways at least for this cutting schedule.

An update on my sister Dren is good. She was strong enough to call our Mom Saturday night. Talk about a lift for my Mom you just wouldn’t believe what that little phone call did for her. Each day Dren gets a little better. The Lord is good!
I received an email that had some interesting attachments that I would like to share of what some creative farm kids made, since we are headed into fall where you see pumpkins and hay fields.

a hay roll pig
Hay roll pig 
a hay rocket
hay rocket
a hay fort
Hay fort
hay field workers
hay field workers
hay pumpkin
Hay pumpkin

You really can tell when someone just doesn’t have much to write about can’t you.

Until next time….MtnAire Travlers.


  1. I am so glad to hear that Dren is better. Sounds like she is going to make a full recovery. Praise God.

    I am also wondering where I can get one of those pink hay pigs? LOL

    Take care and stay dry.

    Hugs to you both.

  2. HAY...that's great. Good to hear from you