And as it turn out it is going to be worst than anyone thought! Lots of crops underwater this morning just from the run off & it looks like you can write off all the crops in the White & Cache River bottoms and anything affected by it. I just looked at the river forcast and they have the level at Clarendon Tuesday at over 25 feet and showed it still rising as far as the forcast went. With all of the rain they got north of us, the lake still not in the best of shape and them still turning water out of the dams and it all still yet to come, I would not be suprised if we see a make over of what we had in the spring!It's not looking good
With all of the rain they got north of us, the lake still not in the best of shape and them still turning water out of the dams and it all still yet to come, I would not be suprised if we see a make over of what we had in the spring!
if the water goes down and all the rice is ruined then will it be left for the DUCKS??? good and bad I guess good if you have a field leases there bad if you do not4hunting as for the crops we did good overall up this way. Most got between 2-4" with not enough wind to blow much rice down. We was looking pretty good until I rechecked the River Forecast at around 8:30 this morning. White at Augusta is going to 32.5 by Monday...that completely covers the bottoms from Newport to Georgetown...that is A lot of lost crops that is no where close to harvest & most likely a goner. :frown:
I got several bird feeders and I have a limit of doves every day walking a couple of feet from my back door. These are city doves so they are safe and extremely fat and sassy :wink:I've seen a bigger concentration of doves around the house today, then I have ever seen since we moved in in Feb. So I don't think the storms scare them away. Too bad I live in city limits. With neighbors all with 150 feet of my front door. :banghead: