Maintaining a small Farm can be a joy. And a lot of hard work. But along with it you end up eventually fighting off and trying your best to control Pests or Predators. The Pests come in different forms of life. Some are easy to control, others are almost impossible and become a threat to your piece of mind. We use different remedies for different Pests and or situations. This time KARMA was sufficiently administered. We live on a County owned Limerock road and the Neighborhood a short distance away has asphalt, has a few individuals whom use our Limerock road as their play ground when we get rain. It has rained everyday for a week now so we have a real life Nissan Truck Commercial on going everyday. They are so bold some of the Pickup Truck Drivers, do donuts, fishtail, wreck less stunts and have drove straight thru our fence and did a big donut in our pasture leaving with a downed fence for 25 of our 4 leg creatures to free range the streets. Yesterday, afternoon a black pick up truck swerved off the wet road and came close to a repeated fence breach. My husband ran out to get his tag number but all he got was the drivers middle finger.. Somebody opened a big can of Karma.. This morning Lord and behold.. He was buried up to his rear axle from mudding in a low line ditch full of water. Here is the sweetest part.. The Sheriff Dept was having it towed. I haven't giving up on Humanity yet but I think Karma is part of the reason. What a beautiful morning it is. It's great to be alive!