I think the appropriate wording would be “state of shock”. Why? Well, it is raining. Still raining. In fact, it has rained almost every night for at least the last week. Some are just little showers and others are drenching downpours which make us scramble for buckets to catch the drips. (remember those leaks I mentioned?)
It has rained so much that I haven’t been able to mow my front lawn. The weeds are about 18 inches high. And, it is so green! We went for a drive to Pueblo the other day and the prairie was so lush. The stock ponds were filled and the squash vine that grows on the side of the road was spreading everywhere. (What is that vine? Does anyone know?)
It was foggy and cold this morning. 60F. Brrr! I had to grab a blanket in the middle of the night kinda cold. Overall, it’s been kinda nice. 🙂
However, it has meant that we’ve done very little gardening or house repair work. Guess that will wait until September, after Battlemoor.
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Coyote gourd a/k/a buffalo gourd, Cucurbita foetidissima. The fruit was originally eaten by mammoths and fits perfectly into their molars.
Thank you Chas! It is literally taking over the road in some places.