Even a little is good

3 08 2021

What a difference a little rain makes. Not all that is green is grass; a good bit of the really-green is Russian thistle – aka tumbleweed. But the horses will eat it when it’s green, and green is good. Our grasses ARE growing, and that’s also excellent.

In the very far distance, see the white dots? That’s how you look for mustangs in Spring Creek Basin. πŸ™‚


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11 responses

3 08 2021
Pat

Green is good! No camo for the horses being grey!

3 08 2021
TJ

Ha – too true! And I LOVE seeing the green come to life again!

3 08 2021
Laura

Beautiful! I can hardly wait to see this with my own eyes!

3 08 2021
TJ

It’s even more beautiful to see it with your own eyes! πŸ™‚

3 08 2021
Karen Ann Schmiede

Green is always good. Hoping for more moisture, and more green to come.

3 08 2021
TJ

We’ve received some really wonderful moisture! Our forecast dries out a bit in the coming days, but we’re in good shape now. … Evidence of that to come in a future blog post. πŸ™‚

3 08 2021
Trish

Looks like paradise !!

3 08 2021
TJ

It’s mine, for sure. πŸ™‚

3 08 2021
Sue E. Story

Wow! That looks positively verdant! So glad to see that. And yes, looking for white dots – the secret to mustang spotting. 😊

4 08 2021
TJ

It’s really amazing how much of that green actually is grass – gramma and galleta, particularly. It’s wonderful!

5 08 2021
TamrahJo

Last time the August Monsoon REALLY arrived in force (2013)? I spent fall of 2014 and spring of 2015 clearing out the tumbling, tumble weeds that got ‘trapped’ in my ‘at the edge of town’ place – –

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