Time to Build the Ark

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12 Responses to Time to Build the Ark

  1. Michelle says:

    Feeling the same way here, although we are fortunate to live on a hill!

    • I am glad you live on a hill Michelle. We do have a hill out back so our flood plan is to cut the back fence line and chase the animals up there. Hopefully it will not come to that.

  2. Jackie Craw says:

    Sorry Donna you are having flooding issues again. What a storm!
    I do not like these chinook/pineapple express events, in January. We had 2 plus feet of snow. We now have HUGE mud patches and 4 inches of snow in patches, so have been thrown into a premature mud season. It makes transportation by snowmobile difficult, and by truck still impossible. Our chicken palace is flooded, and the barn is on its way too. thank goodness the animals are flexible and just go with the flow (pardon the pun).

    • We actually aren’t too bad here- the rain has let up. Just sick of the weather. We were near Ellensburg this weekend, and it was flooding quite a bit there on Sunday. A lot fo rain and melting snow. Sorry about your road, palace and barn. I hope you dry out soon!

  3. sheepsclothing says:

    Hey- just posted on my blog and then realized I unwittingly copy-catted your title! Dag.

  4. Nancy K. says:

    Even your geese look miserable!

    Wishing you sunshine ~ SOON!

  5. Teresa says:

    That does look miserable if you aren’t waterfowl. I can only imagine how much fun the geese are having–baths everywhere! Hope you dry out soon.

  6. Chai Chai says:

    Hey, If you look on my blog you will notice your blog on the side says that your last post was 5 years ago! It is listed as “Sixth page of the original farm blog”. Very odd.

    I would rather have rain than more snow……

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