still some work to be done on the 4-H record books but we took
a break this afternoon to attend a community concert in Great
Bend. Julie and Wayne loved the Rockapella concert - the same
group that performed on the 'Where in the World is Carmen San
Diego' public television series. The 'percussionist' was simply
amazing. Imagine playing 'Wipeout' with only your mouth!
It was raining when we came out of the concert but it hadn't
rained at home. In fact, one of the neighbors was farming.
and Herbie, the hermit crabs, have changed shells! First Herbie
moved into a larger shell and then Willie moved into Herbie's
shell. I guess that means they're healthy and growing, although
they never seem to eat.
Rain, rain, and more rain. At one point, the weather service
radar showed rain all the way from the Gulf of Mexico to Nebraska
and points north. The wet weather appears to be settling in
for several days. That's not really good news. Once the rain
stops, it will take several days for the wheat ground to dry
out. Milo harvest and wheat planting will probably overlap once
everything dries out. Just another way weather affects what