Thursday, February 13, 2020
The Canadian-Mexican War
The winds have been howling back and forth across this neck of the woods since January 1. First they blow from the north, then they blow from the south. It's like Canada and Mexico are exchanging broadsides. Regardless of which side is shooting, it's always howling.
January 20 and 21 and February 4 have been the only days in 2020 when we've had gusts lower than 25 mph. Toss out those two days in January and the 35 mph daily average jumps to 41 mph. February has been a bit less windy with only a 32 mph average thus far.
I don't know why I'm whining about it so much this year. It's winter. It's the Panhandle of Nebraska.
Busy again today and I've got an early go with an even earlier brief in the morning, so I'll just throw up a couple of brief videos.
Despite the pesky and persistent wind it was also quite pretty today.
The wind didn't harm egg production.
Difference between January, February, and March? Sun position and not much else.
But they're all precious days.
Be well and embrace the blessings of liberty.