Larry, thats a job right there. The live oak is some of the heaviest wood I've encountered. Along with sycamore. They both hold alot of water. I cut trees for a living before I started the powerline job. Then my knees started giving me trouble.
We got a front movin' thru in the next couple hours......watching radar on the Internet is so standard these days.
I remember as a kid playing football and baseball I would look to the west for clouds......and rain. Hated when I got all the way to practice or the game and had to return home moments later. Funny.....my grandsons have a game at 7pm tonight - it won't happen!!
We got a good thunderstorm shower just after midnight (there was a tornado watch for our general area but thankfully no tornado) and another light rain this morning. Supposed to start raining again around noon. Too wet to cut wheat or hay so guess I'll go to the shed and figure out why my diesel pump quit working.
Member AKTI, TSRA, NRA.
"Man has nothing that the animals have not at least a vestige of, the animals have nothing that the man does not in some degree share." - Ernest Thompson Seton https://www.akti.org/