The farming season is taking a long time to begin. The earth is still wet; filled with mud, ice and snow lying in the shadows
If it were a normal year, Terry would be out on the land disking in the corn stalks and getting ready to plow—–yes, most farmers still plow here, it’s all about the type of soil on a farm
We are thickly covered in clouds today, although, there is hope for scattered sunshine
And it’s cold. The wind, you know, goes right through a body.
As wet as we are Terry is thinking it will be at least two more weeks before a tractor can get out there and begin…I guess we wait.
There really isn’t anything anyone can do until the weather gods say COME ON SUN, it’s time for Spring to begin!
Your friend on a western Colorado farm,