This was easily the most intensive rainbow (and a double one at that) I’ve ever seen.
This post was published December 22, 2013, but is backdated to the date our farm got hit with a “wind event.” ~ed On May 20, hours after a series of tornadoes swept through Oklahoma, our farm in Central Illinois was hit with straight winds (with some possible rotation) estimated between 80-120mph. About 48′ of our large machine shed was ripped… Read more »
We’ve had quite a bit of rain the past week or so, and the ground has gotten fairly well saturated. Last night brought another 2-3″. I emptied the gauge before I left for work this morning, so the 5″ it’s captured all came down during the day. Following are some photos of the results of so much water in so… Read more »
The date of this post is March 24, and yesterday was a nice early Spring day here in the Middle West—temps were in the high 40s, winds were calm and skies were mostly sunny. A nice day to be working outside, and in fact, I got some dirt work done with the 8N Friday evening. The photo above, on the… Read more »