It’s still a vast mosquito breeding ground, but we’re no longer ankle-deep in puddles. The tradeoff: a fiery sun and temps in the 90s.
Before we left for Scotland, we used the boards in this picture to walk from the driveway onto the land. The boards were submerged, but they kept our boots from hitting bottom and sinking in the mud.
We came armed with four, 80 lb. bags of Quickcrete to drop in the ruts. We didn’t need them.
In addition to this lovely “Surprise Lily,” we found our field had been bush-hogged. (Thanks again to the mayor.)
We decided on yet another location for the cabin. The first spot had been too soggy, the second too sunny. This time, it seems just right.