Fortunately, we have lots. And we sure do need it now.
We had some rain on Sunday night and I guess that woke up all the mosquitoes. There had been very few until this point, but they are out in swarms now. They don't seem that hungry though. I'm sure their appetite will increase daily!
We have nine varieties of mosquito repellent left behind by the previous people!
But, we cannot believe the weather we've had. It's been far better than we expected. Oh, and the crabapple trees in front of our cabin are in full bloom!
Almost can't see the cabin!
Compared to exactly one month ago...!
Just normal daily duties around here. The grass is growing like crazy, especially after that rainstorm overnight Sunday. We split the campground into four sections so that we cut grass once a week every morning Monday through Thursday and then Friday morning we re-do the section around the office and restaurant so that things look fresh for the weekends.
Lots of woodpeckers around.
The lake was pretty and calm yesterday evening. This was taken at 8:10pm.
Ruth, about to swat a mosquito!
Then she realized I was taking her picture. Too funny.
Went and took the fish guts up to the dump, as I do every evening. This time, we saw a big skunk running out of the hole. He's been in there eating the fish guts. I knew an animal had been in there the last several days because of the number of carcasses pulled out of the hole, but I thought it was raccoons. Never thought about what skunks eat, but I guess they eat fish!
Kevin, dumping the fish guts! Yuck.
They sure do use some huge farm equipment in these parts!
Some of you have asked us to include the contest voting link here, so here it is...
Don't forget to click on the star on the far RIGHT! The picture is titled "Drab Landscape".