It’s 7pm and it’s cooled down to 109, the grass is wet from the sprinklers and there’s even a sliver of shade… life is good.
We’re letting our grass grow a little taller this year too. We’ve been seeing lots of rabbits this year (because we haven’t seen any foxes likely!) but ours don’t have giant ears like yours. Wow!!
This year I’ve been letting the grass grow longer, seems it doesn’t burn quite as bad.
Cooled down to 109??? and I thought 95 was hot!
Ha ha! I see 95 around midnight!
Looks pretty lush for the high temps you’ve been having. 🙂
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