north florida - wild florida

By: marsHen , 11:26 AM GMT on June 05, 2012

06:30, 73F, foggy. sun's rising. yellow dogs at back door. roosters crowing. yard cat still missing. it doesn't look good..
10:00, medium incoming tide at CK. low 80's, wind from the west, 10-12 knts. mostly cloudy. rained hard but briefly around 13:00. crew that was out reported 2 short-lived waterspouts out by sea horse. water's heating up.
15:00, tide almost up to causeway. moon and wind driving that tide in.. light chop.
15:10, off to cow town for supplies.. 81F with thunderhead building in the north and the west.
hay got rained on but when I opened the bale it was mildewy.. probably not properly dried before it was baled. sheep can eat it but donkeys can't. man..
17:20, farm damp. overcast. got 0.15" of rain. since everything was superficialy wet, I think a hard rain passed over the farm quickly. unloaded hay in a misty drizzle. new lamb and mom integrated back in the flock.
21:00, 77F, no more rain but overcast. missed the venus minuet across the sun. no moon either. a few stars directly above. good night world.

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marine biologist around the Suwannee River delta. Raise Cracker sheep on an old Cracker farm ~ 12 mi. (as the crow flies) from the Gulf.