Grab the Umbrella and Galoshes!!
It seems the sky has been gray more often than not over the past few weeks. After the drought last year, the rain clouds have been a welcome site. Thanks to the rain and the warmer temperatures, we think the corn will be well past “knee-high” by the 4th of July!
Thursday, June 19th was no exception. The Racoon River had already flooded the soybean field. By 2:30 that afternoon, the skies were gray and, for a brief moment, it was raining so hard it was impossible to see across the road. The wind blew the rain under the building overhang so no one could sit out and enjoy the sight, smell, and sound of the rain!