The Adventures of TLC Cai-Cai on Wednesday—-Farm Life Series Chapter 14, The Third Season, SUMMER Drought, Wednesday, March 2, 2020

Okay. I’ve put it off long enough. Summer can mean—Drought.

Drought is some pretty awful stuff.  Everything wilts, and I do mean everything…except the coyotes. They never wilt.

EVER!

Drought is a humongous dry spell.  Once it starts it never seems to leave.

Although, Mom says it can be broken.

Ya…I wonder.

What’s bad about drought it kills all the good stuff, which leaves space for all those pesky weeds to spring up and grow.

Weeds are the coyotes of the plant world.

 

Kochia weed can grow taller than DAD and Dad is 6’2” tall.

That is some weed!

Then when it dries down in the winter it becomes a tumbling, giant, scare the heck out of you.

Well, that’s all for Summer.  Next on the list is Fall. Or Autumn or finally COOLER WEATHER!

TLC Cai-Cai

19 thoughts on “The Adventures of TLC Cai-Cai on Wednesday—-Farm Life Series Chapter 14, The Third Season, SUMMER Drought, Wednesday, March 2, 2020

  1. Yea… summer makes the good things grow, but it’s weird. I think it just gets carried away with itself. And no one needs any coyote!

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  2. Well, the coyotes may be scary and are nothing to ignore but they are the ones that keep the rodents from overwhelming the area and eating everything that has been planted. Imagine a field with hoards of mice, voles, rabbits and then thank the coyotes for eating so many of them.

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  3. I’m with you, TLC Cai-Cai! I’m not fond of drouth, summer’s hot heat and coyotes! That’s sure a great picture on Mom’s header. Thank you for telling us about Summer.

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  4. Charlee: “Oh yeah, drought, we know how that goes!”
    Chaplin: “Or maybe more accurately, Dada knows, when he has to turn off all the sprinklers and stuff.”
    Charlee: “They say our drought here is now the worst one in over a thousand years.”
    Lulu: “A thousand years, wow, that’s a long time since the last drought worse. I bet Dada barely remembers that one.”

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