Originally Posted by vehve
Bunny, I think California might be up for a weather exchange program. Hope you haven't been overly troubled by the water, that kind of amounts in a short time span will mess things up. But hey, at least you don't need to water the lawn, right? Cause it's washed away.
Yeah, Ron and I haven't been able to work out the details about interstate transportation - some of the states in between want their piece of the action, don't ya know.
But oh, the irony of your comment about the lawn! Critter spread some ryegrass seed a few days ago (most of the grasses used for lawns around here go dormant during the winter, so some folks use annual rye to have green grass during the winter). Rye germinates fast, but not that fast, so I don't reckon very much of it is where it landed now.
Originally Posted by Latestarter
Wow Bunny, that's a LOT of water! Are you having any problems with gators or poisonous snakes due to the flooding? All that water tends to push them toward human occupied areas. Maybe after the flooding goes back down you can go collect stranded catfish and other aquatic critters & have a giant fish fry?
No gators - the nearest river or large lake is a few miles from here. We have lots of snakes, though, including venomous ones. From the time my kids were small, I have told them, "be sure you can see where you put your hands and feet!" I'm only going to be cruising my yard by daylight for a while, that's for sure.