Even though I do love the rain and love to see it coming down and filling the rivers and lakes, now and then there is a bad side effect. A friend of mine and his wife have several horses and I usually do the tractor work for them. I usually have to mow down the pastures (about 20 acres) every two months. With all the rain they have developed some sort of sweet clover that gives the horses some sort of hoof disease. Don't get me to lying on what the disease is called because I like horses and they generally like me, but I am no vet. Until the rain stops for a while nothing can be spread on the pastures to kill this stuff, so I am mowing down the pastures about every two weeks right now. Getting it in dodging the storms. I am leaving here in about 30 minutes to go get started, in fact. Did have today as a clear day to get it all done, but now I might not get finished as the forecast as added chances of storms this afternoon. AWK!!! Oh, well. Get as much done as I can. But, on the other hand while I am doing all of this mowing I do start thinking about new ideas of what may or may not sell. Guess something good does come from it. That is besides the lakes filled up to the brim and even flowing into the flood zones.