We've had some type of wild grass take over most of the back pasture. Since it wasn't so great for grass anymore, we let the horses out on it sometimes when we shouldn't have. It was pretty tore up, but we planned to redo it this fall...
On the fifteenth, I posted about Hubby and Mark preparing and planting our new pasture. It had been drier than usually. We prayed for rain. It was dry for the first couple of days, but it's rained almost every day since.
Here's what the pasture looked like about four days ago...
Then, after some more rain...
And today...I think this project was a success! Hopefully, with good weather next year, it will be ready for four-foot traffic by mid-summer.
Wow, the rain made a big difference in a hurry. Just look at all that green.
Wow, rain makes wonders, isn't it? But sometimes they are destructive, our bermuda grass is under water due to the heavy rains last weekend. I know all them will wither soon and they wont be green anymore.
Wow, that is amazing, what a difference. I hope you are closer to a decision about Buddy. I will pray for you and I hope you are feeling better.
It is looking good. I just wish there was a way to make sure all your horses get a chance to enjoy it next year.
Yes, it was a success, I would say. You certainly are a busy family. And I agree with Rae, it is looking good. Hope you are feeling better, Lily, you are in my thoughts and prayers.
Amazing - what a difference a few days can make - and some hard work.
What a difference a few days make!
It looks great. Rain do make a difference. We've had a bit too much here but they say they are behind for the year.
Isn't Mother Nature wonderful?
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