north florida - wild, wet florida

By: marsHen , 10:50 AM GMT on July 02, 2013

05:30, 72F, drizzling. got 4.3" of rain yesterday. took advantage of lull in rain to do chores accompanied by pup. hay to sheep and donkeys, fed chickens. got 1 egg. guardian out and barking all over the farm. dixie mute under the house. flood watch for levy county. suwannee overflowing her banks...
09:00, 80F, overcast, a slight drizzle. rain tapering off. no field today. instead we proof data. proofed 3 months' worth! wild turkey family in cow pasture.
15:20, 84F at back door. mostly cloudy. humid with some drizzle. dry enough to bring back 6 bales of hay from hay guy who had 10" of rain yesterday.
20:50, 73F, sporatic showers. dixie ate her dinner. guardian under the truck sleeping. no stars at all. thunder and bottle rockets in the distance. starting in early.

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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.