Yesterday turned into a swirling, twirling, vibrated dust storm. The wind so sudden and ferocious it was hard to breathe.
All afternoon, in huge waves, of gusting wind the dirt, sticks, and particles flew in the air pelleting us.
Terry and I were in the pinto bean field working on the new farm road connecting one field to another field when our daughter came striding up the back road from her house to where we were working.
Oh! My! Goodness!
We hurried back to her house with her…
What a mess!
We worked until dark, cutting and hauling and cleaning. There is much more to do, but the damage is mostly cosmetic…THANKFULLY! Two small holes in the roof and the damage to the front of the porch.
Another project…oh well. No one was hurt . Thankfully!
We just pick everything up and move on!
Your friend on a western Colorado farm,
After a time of warm a new storm arrived on a stiff breeze, almost wind.
The wind was fragrant full of green things growing, moisture in the clouds and the sharp tang of Chico’s and Rabbit Brush.
It’s cold today, with scattered sighting of sunshine. The gift of moisture and life!