Sunday, July 3, 2011

sun day off

15 comments:

John Wells said...

96,103,68,0,B

Brenda said...

I can't believe the amount of volume that your rain generated. Quite a show.

Rita B. said...

incredible! really beautiful......doesn't take much, does it?

Rita B. said...

whoa....68? that's positively COOL. hope you're enjoying.

alam0tx said...

Well! John...
That is a beautiful video...Hope the dam hold as it should...look forward to an update...

Ricky said...

Looks like you wont have any problem with water in the green house now good luck with your new crops..

Al said...

Wow! Where's the spillway?

Al

Littlefoot said...

JW...you oughta get one of those game cameras and set it up to capture the wildlife getting their nocturnal water sips. Might see a big cat, or two.

Largefeets

Larry D Hayden said...

Thanks for the video and nice to see the progress. I like Littlefoots idea.

frann said...

I think you took a day off to go swimming!

Jarkko said...

In that environment you'll get lots of sand and what not to the dam with the water. When do you think is the first time to start dredging?

smreid said...

That's very impressive!

David L. Secor said...

John, you have a pretty smooth grip on that camera. Shall we expect a Field Lab movie in the near future?

Micha said...

amazing, beautiful, wonderful
water
I live in a desert climate too, not SW Texas, but arid most of the year. I haven't seen a drop of rain in months and seeing all that water flowing in, mud and all, just made me...happy.

Allen Hare said...

Excellent!