Our garden this year is doing pretty goo so far. Our temps have not been to bad yet. This week will change that. Temps in the 100-105 F range. The spring was very dry as was the winter. Not a lot of the fluffy white stuff. Rains came in May and June. Saved a little of the wheat. And I mean little. Corn looks good,but still need a little more moisture to keep it until harvest. Pastures look pretty good and the cattle are contented.
I have to go do something constructive. Later--johnnyb