So @spin cycle , does the writing of this ease the pain a little when you do have a disaster? I mean, I would think you would have a little moment thinking-'well, at least they will enjoy this'. It definitely helps me when my sheep are out. Ah, I think, SNOTTAGE.
Does the grid not just fill up with mud in the winter? It would at my place. We always have big gaps under the sides for the water to drain. Might let the hedgehogs out too, but since we don't have them, it's not really an issue.
Oh, yes. The posts are treated with that I think. They are green and last a long time usually. Anything untreated will rot in the ground here too. We get a lot of rain usually, it's just all in the winter. About 90 inches last year. And then it doesn't rain at all from June to late September.
Now, with the space of a day or two I can see that. In the moment all was lost. I appreciate all the sympathy.
Three sides of the fence are good, it was just the one section that I had looked at the day before and had the "I really should tighten that up" thought about:banghead: My fault...
Somewhere between 70 and 110 (21 to 38 c) mostly. And they're rutabagas. or rather, they were.:( And corn, and peppers. :(:( At least there are grocery stores and friends with gardens.
Are sheep worth a lot of money in the saleyards there?
If you mean are they worth more than they cost to...
Assuming there's still no sign of Parcelforce or you would've said? Saw the UPS man today, but it's not quite the same. Don't think he hangs out in lofts (or grain bins either), and he definitely doesn't have nice feathers.