Our Pond Runeth Over
After a dry spell that left even the moss in the woods dried out and crunchy, we have rain. All day rain. Torrential rain. Four inches of rain! The pond rose about 12-inches in less than 9 hours. The new pond is a full as it’s ever been. Here’s the last pond update.
We have some very happy ducks, but let’s hope it stops soon or we’ll be building an ark!
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