May flowers ... and hay

By: Dyan , 2:00 PM GMT on May 10, 2012

Lovely weather, getting warm into the upper 80s in the afternoon, is bringing on the hay crop. Looks like it might be a good year! Much needed after 2011's late rains delayed the hay and then it was not so good. Haven't seen anyone cutting yet here in Potter Valley, but must be getting close. It was also a fairly easy Frost season for the grape growers - a few days of frost protection but now past it.

Lots of birds nesting - time to plant veggies!

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1. wolfwolf7
10:35 PM GMT on May 11, 2012
The only drawback to hay cutting in PV is that the showers will come with it.
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