We've had 48 hours and a few inches of rain. This is the orchard garden. It was a part of a hay field/pasture until about 3 years ago. It's not the best drained location. On Saturday we were in there picking the last of the zucchini and squash, and pulling up all the plants. That bare area to the left of center was covered with squash. I even rototilled the piece in the foreground between the fence and the first row of blueberries.
If this rain keeps coming,
I think we'd better keep the canoe handy.
Yep, hard to imagine that only two and half days ago this was dry enough to rototill
It's not bothering the dahlias though. Wind and rain haven't put them off yet.
And this was where the potatoes were planted. Some of them did rot in the ground when we had some record rain in September.
And the rain doesn't bother the dogs either, they're ready to play anytime.
I think it might be time to invest in a new Flying Squirrel though.