I’m not calling out for help…I’m just telling you what day the picture below was taken. May 1st.
Southeastern Colorado and Southwest Kansas was hit with a record blizzard the last weekend of April.
The area received 18 to 20 inches of snow with wind gusts above 50 mph.
Conditions like this are extremely hard on crops and livestock. It’s heartwarming to see people pull together to help each other out.
In the first picture above, I’m standing on a 4 to 5 foot drift. (with my collapsed chicken pen in the background…darn it.) The second picture shows the strange combination of white snow and fully leafed out trees. The heavy, wet snow damaged limbs and the 26.9 degree temps froze leaves.
As with any storm though, physical or otherwise, if you wait long enough and pray long enough, it passes–and the sun shines again.