The Adventures of Boomer on Friday— Not Good, Friday, April 17, 2020

Dad came home telling Mom (and Mindy and me) that the very cold, freezing temperatures the last three nights, froze all the little onion plants the onion farmers had up.

Dad also said that the alfalfa is looking mighty sad…too much cold.

Not Good!

Then Mom told Dad that she noticed all the apricots froze and so did the buds of the Pear trees.

And her spring flowers.

Not Good!

It has been so cold at night Mindy and I think it must be February all over again. So, we stay inside all toasty and warm.

Even though we are inside the game camera gets photos of:

Yep.

The Creatures of the Night!

Not Good!

Mom and I still go for a walk at night

(not far, my knee is better, but not really well).  Mom says a short walk is good, a long walk

 

Not Good!

That works for me.  I still get all the news when I get up in the morning, go out after breakfast and CHECK things out.

THAT is GOOD!

Boomer Beaglie Brown

 

 

18 thoughts on “The Adventures of Boomer on Friday— Not Good, Friday, April 17, 2020

  1. Awwww, Linda, so sorry to hear about the late frost damage. We used to have some years like that in the Oregon high desert, too. We would get pears one year out of seven. Crazy weather all over, seems like.

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  2. Boomer, I hope you soon get some warmer weather, although I read that Denver got snow yesterday. I know warm weather won’t help the fruit and crops that have been lost due to the cold, but hopefully it will help your knee continue to get better.

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  3. Hey Boom, It’s been freezing cold. But when it warms up, it should make your knee feel much better. I hope. The flowers, mine bit the dust too. Spring in Colorado can be a challenge, no doubt.
    )))hugs((( to all at the Brown Farm

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  4. So sorry about the Apricot blooms…the alfalfa should recover if it gets warm ! Strange weather we are having. Glad your knee is a bit better Boomer…take it easy! 🙂

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