After many many rain dances, we finally have rain. You can almost hear the critters, plants, & grass sigh with relief. We needed it and although it didn't last long, we'll take what we can get.
Not only does the rain bring nourishment to the plants, cool the air down a bit, but it also gives me some time to sit down and update the blog.
I learned my first rule of blogging, never promise updates in a week or so. Farm life can easily consume your time and by the time you settle in at night you are ready for a tasty beverage and a good movie. Blogging is furthest from your mind. Blogging rule #1: leave a little mystery for when you might post next. It is a lot more realistic. Trust me...I am about 30 blog posts behind based on my initial promises. So I officially wipe the slate clean...and I'll leave it to the weather to predict my next blog post.
Okay, back to SweetWater! Been busy little bees here. All you have to do is step outside and you can see SweetWater is bustling with life. It has been fun watching the transformation. Nate & I often find ourselves stopping and catching our thoughts. Amazed at how much we have accomplished in such a short time. Pretty "Sweet" if I do say so myself.
Speaking of accomplishments, Nate has been making amazing progress on the Super Dexta. Of course it has been one of those projects where you open something up to fix it and realize you have two more parts you have to fix before you can get to your original fix. Given the desperate TLC this tractor has needed, I am surprised I have not heard more colorful languages filling the air. Nate really deserves a lot of credit on this project. He takes his time and focuses on doing it right. So far we