Mud Month


It’s March! And I love March! Because it’s NOT FEBRUARY. February is always a nightmare around here. However, March isn’t perfect either despite its pretty sunshiny face. It’s about to be mud season! We’re melting.

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on March 2, 2015  

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    We are supposed to get temps that may start melting the snow , but we are also supposed to get 1-2 inches of rain and since the ground under all that the snow is frozen, there have been flood warnings issued. I dont ever remember a Feb. like the one we had this year. We have not seen bare ground since shortly after Christmas.

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    We have had a very mild January and February. We’ll see what March brings us. We have had a great deals of mud from time to time from the rain. Sometimes we get 2″ per day. Hope you have a great spring.

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    Hold on starting Wednesday afternoon we may start getting some frosting on our mud like 4 to 5 inches. :snowman:

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